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Chris Webber calls GU-Xavier game, then shows he’s a hoops fan

Gonzaga head coach Mark Few (left) visits with television analyst Chris Webber during practice Wednesday. (Marcio Jose Sanchez / AP)
Gonzaga head coach Mark Few (left) visits with television analyst Chris Webber during practice Wednesday. (Marcio Jose Sanchez / AP)

Chris Webber’s job was done as an analyst on TBS’ telecast of the Gonzaga-Xavier game. He quickly resumed just being a college basketball fan.

Webber, standing just beyond the 3-point arc, took video of the Zags cutting down the net after Saturday’s victory and posted it on his twitter account.

“I know they’re having so much fun,” said Webber, who played in two NCAA championship games with Michigan in 1992 and 1993 before a 15-year NBA career. “It’s a cool moment.”



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