Spud Webb now plays golf and helps raise money for children


Former NBA Star Spud Webb attended and spoke at a steak & chicken luncheon earlier this month to benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Bedford County, Athlete Promotions reported.

The event took place on May 2 at the Blue Ribbon Circle on the Celebration grounds, and Webb had an opportunity to share some of his life experiences with his fans, and talk about how hard he had to work to overcome so many obstacles.

His adversity and passion for basketball is what drove him to his success, but he did explain that since retiring from the sport he has taken a backseat to the courts and has made golf his new sport.

Webb also recently participated at a fundraising event for the local Boys & Girls Club of Bedford County where he got to share some of his life story and help the community raise funds for children.

Spud Webb played for Atlanta Hawks, Sacramento Kings, Minnesota Timberwolves and Orlando Magic during his NBA career.

He appeared in 814 NBA games (started in 429), averaging 9.9 ppg, 5.3 apg in 24.9 mpg. Webb averaged career high 16 points and 7.1 assists during the 1991-92 NBA season for the Kings.


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