LAS VEGAS, NV - Chris Webber openly admits he's biased when covering his former Sacramento Kings team as an NBA analyst, even during Summer League in Las Vegas, where he called a game with his former Los Angeles Lakers nemesis Rick Fox for NBA-TV.
"Rick knows I still hate the Lakers," Webber told News10 following Sacramento's 84-72 victory over the Lakers. "I'm just happy that I'm apart of the Kings family in some way."
The39-year-old, former five-time All-Star played 15 years in the NBA and more than six seasons with the Kings. His No. 4 jersey hangs among the franchise's greatest players in the rafters of Power Balance Pavilion, formerly ARCO Arena in Sacramento.
Webber raved about Kings rookie power forward Thomas Robinson, who was selected by Sacramento with the fifth overall pick, and how he would pair with budding star DeMarcus Cousins.