Chris Webber fires on fellow Fab Fiver

SHARE Chris Webber fires on fellow Fab Fiver

Is there a better interviewer than Dan Patrick? Again, the multi-media giant delivered on Wednesday during an interview with NBA analyst and former Michigan star Chris Webber.

Appearing on “The Dan Patrick Show,” Webber was asked about the ESPN “30 for 30″ documentary on Michigan’s “Fab Five” team.

Webber, who did not appear in the film, was a bit elusive at first. Patrick dug in. Webber relented, saying that some of the stories were “embellished” over time and some people made themselves out to look better.

When asked why he wasn’t in the film, Webber, who is working on his own Fab Five book, said they didn’t ask him to appear until the final week of shooting.

Though he didn’t name names, Webber’s ire was clearly directed at one Fab Fiver, Jalen Rose, who he has clashed with in the past. Rose helped produce the film.

The Fab Five talk begins at the 4-minute mark.

Fab Five teammate Jimmy King retweeted this Wednesday afternoon:

Can’t wait for Webber’s book.

The Latest
The mayor’s latest attempt to reclaim the police support that has abandoned her since her landslide victory in 2019 came during a graduation ceremony Tuesday in the ballroom at Navy Pier.
The Sept. 12 Emmy ceremony will air live on NBC and be carried on its streaming sibling Peacock.
Anthony M. Strozier, 31, was caught on surveillance video using bolt cutters to snip the lock of an antique glass case and making off with four watches, court records show.
Instead of banding together when the bloodshed starts, narcissistic millennials and Gen Z-ers start backstabbing one another in devilishly funny slasher satire.
The four-part docuseries tenders a comprehensive overview of how the Rolling Stones became THE ROLLING STONES.