Kings Activate Chris Webber ESPN.com news servicesSACRAMENTO, Calif. -- The Sacramento Kings activated Chris Webber from the injured list Monday, but the star forward will have to serve an NBA suspension before he can return to the lineup. Webber, a five-time All-Star, was the Kings' leader in scoring, rebounding and assists last season. He hasn't played since tearing cartilage in his left knee during the second round of last season's playoffs, and he had extensive offseason surgery.Webber faces a suspension after pleading guilty last July to charges of lying to a grand jury about his relationship with Ed Martin, a University of Michigan booster who claimed he loaned $616,000 to Webber.The Sacramento Bee reported in Sunday's editions that Webber will face a suspension of at least six games, upon his activation from the injured list. On Sunday night's NBA All-Star game telecast, TNT's Craig Sager reported that Webber's suspension would be for at least eight games.The Bee also reported that Webber would be suspended for violating the league's substance abuse policy. Because of the NBA's privacy policies, the specifics of Webber's substance violation are not known, the Bee reported. The Kings compiled an NBA-best 37-13 record leading up to the All-Star break despite Webber's absence. Brad Miller, acquired from Indiana in an offseason trade, has fit seamlessly into Webber's spot in the Kings' offense, while fellow All-Star Peja Stojakovic is the NBA's third-leading scorer.Miller could miss time after spraining his right foot Sunday in the All-Star game. Tests on Monday revealed no breaks or tears, but the Kings said there is no timetable for his return.Webber has been practicing with the Kings for several weeks, but he wasn't healthy enough to appear in games until recently. He averaged 23.0 points, 10.5 rebounds, 5.4 assists and 1.5 steals last season.To make room for Webber on the roster, the Kings placed forward Lawrence Funderburke back on the injured list. Funderburke has not played all season because of an injured heel.Link
Hopefully CWebb gets a big suspension.
"The Bee also reported that Webber would be suspended for violating the league's substance abuse policy. Because of the NBA's privacy policies, the specifics of Webber's substance violation are not known, the Bee reported."
LOL!!! Fuckin stoner!! He's been sitting around blowin blunts while Tyra puffs on his pecker.
I can't fucking wait for that suspension to come and go!!! LOL, this is so fucking awesome!!
What! You calling me a liar!