OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) -Chris Webber is ending his comeback attempt with the Golden State Warriors and will retire after 15 seasons in the NBA.
Warriors spokesman Raymond Ridder says Webber will make the announcement at a news conference Wednesday. The news was first reported by ESPN.com.
Webber played only nine games this season in his comeback attempt with the Golden State Warriors before being sidelined by a bum knee that has hampered him in recent years.
Webber was the most prominent member of the Fab Five at Michigan and played for Golden State, Washington, Sacramento, Philadelphia and Detroit in his NBA career.
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