Retired American professional basketball playerChris Webber has an estimated net worth of $143.4 million. Chris Webber started his profession for Detroit Country Day School’s high school basketball squad. And also, he was hailed as MVP for McDonald’s and Dapper Dan All-Star games. In school, he was known as among the members of Michigan Wolverine’s Fab Five. During his two years stint, Webber was chosen to the first team All American, and became finalist for the John R. Wooden Award. The John was convicted of perjury and prohibited from any association with the Michigan system until 2013 in relation with all the scandal that happened while he was with the team. During the 1993 NBA Draft, Webber was chosen first overall pick by Orlando Magic. The John was promptly traded to Golden State Warriors, in exchange to Anfernee Hardaway. Afterward, Chris had played for Washington Bullets, Sacramento Kings, Philadelphia 76ers, and Detroit Pistons. 15 years after his first stint with the Warriors, Webber returned to the team and formally announced his retirement on March 25, 2008 due to the difficulties happened with his surgical repaired knee then. Life after playing basketball, Webber became an analyst for NBA TV’s NBA Gametime Live. Chris is married to Erika Dates.