Spud Webb is a former professional basketball player who has a net worth of ten million dollars. Spud Webb was created in Dallas, Texas, and although tiny, decided that basketball will be the ticket of his to success. By the senior season of his of high school, he averaged twenty six points a game, and was a formidable dunker even though he was only 5'7'. He didn't attract interest from any university or college teams initially, but after leading Midland College for their first junior college national title, some other colleges started taking notice. He dominated play throughout the tournament and also earned a write up of Sports Illustrated. He was offered a scholarship to North Carolina State Faculty. From there, he was banked by the Atlanta Hawks. He proceeded to enjoy for the Hawks for 6 months. He then appeared to hit the stride of his during 4 yrs of play with the Sacramento Kings. He returned to the Hawks for one season, then spent part of 1996 with the Minnesota Timberwolves, prior to heading to Italy to play for Mash J. Verona. He spent the last season of his of play with the Orlando Magic and retired in 1998. He was the 1995 free throw percentage leader and the 1996 NBA Slam Dunk Contest champion.
Spud Webb Top Mentions:
- Spud Webb and the Year of the Dunk
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- Spud Webb encourages, inspires youth attending Legends' camp
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- Spud Webb: True or False with The Starters