Using a combination of peak performance and career value, ESPN built a ballot of 150 of the greatest players in NBA history. Then, using an expert panel each was placed in individual matchups and voted on.
The results found Kings legend Chris Webber within the Top 100.
Ranking at No. 66, Webber was placed just above Dwight Howard, Bob Lanier, Vince Carter and Artis Gilmore and below Alonzo Mourning, Dennis Rodman, Tracy McGrady, Alex English and Manu Ginobili to round out the All-Time rank 61-70.
ESPN referenced one of his greatest statistical performances - his 51-point, 26-rebound, 5-assist, 3-steal night. Which, according to Elias Sports Bureau, only four other players in NBA history accomplish the single-game feat; Wilt Chamberlain, Elgin Baylor, Bot Pettit and Elvin Hayes.
Although C-Webb didn't win a championship in Sacramento, he came the closest and will forever be remembered as one of the greatest in franchise history.
Webber's No. 4 jersey was retired by the team in February of 2009.
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