Updated: September 17, 2003, 9:06 AM ETBy By Terry Brown | NBA Insider
Sacramento Kings: Power forward Chris Webber has 300 hours worth of community service over the next two years to contemplate his actions that led to him pleading guilty to criminal contempt recently in the cased involving University of Michigan booster Ed Martin. Then, the Detroit Free Press reports, a district judge will decide if he warrants a felony or misdemeanor conviction. "I believe that Mr. Webber understands the seriousness of his offense and that he's remorseful," Judge Nancy Edmunds said. Webber will serve his community service hours in the Butzel Middle School summer program in Michigan. "If there is anyone in the Michigan family that was hurt by these events, I would like to personally apologize to you," Webber said. "My heart bleeds maize and blue."
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