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WednesdayJuly 14, 1993 - The Michigan Daily Summer Weekly -12
gAIL Q: What is the only American League team not to have hosted an All-Star
PORTS game?
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DAILY BASKETBALL WRITER
F M h e DETROIT - The next time Chris
IS r C00OS eWWebber plays basketball in the Detroit
Fiserchooses new'W e
area (not counting pick-up games), he
W will likely be donning the blue and
assistant r ' S. gold Golden State Warriors uniform.
His performance at Joe Louis Arena
By KEN DAVIDOFF Sunday night should leave enough
DAILY BASKETBALL WRITER memories to last until that juncture.
Former Michigan men's basketballassistantcoach Perry Watson's decision In a contest in which defense held
to take the head position at Detroit Mercy opened up one of the most coveted the value of a Rubik's Cube, Webber
assistant slots in college basketball. Wolverines' head coach Steve Fisher andhisfellowrookiescouldnotholda
announced last week that ex-Wisconsin assistant Ray McCallum would take on fourth-quarter lead and fell to the vet-
the role. erans, 170-158, in Magic Johnson's
McCallum served nine years for the Badgers under Stu Jackson and his All-Star Classic. Johnson paced the
See NOTBOOK, Page 11 old-timers and stole the show with his
crowd-pleasing tactics.
--.i.s s a -d The proceeds from the crowd of
approximately 8,500 went to a Michi-
Nov. Jan. gan scholarship foundation. But to
16 Slovenia Select Team 16 at Indiana Johnson, Webber and the rest of the
22 Sam Ragnone Attorney 20 at Minnesota players, the game meant more than a
26 Georgia Tech@Tipoff Classic* 23 at Illinois scholarship. It presented a rare oppor-
29 Cleveland State 29 Wisconsin tunity for Detroit natives to see their
Dec. Feb. favorite players do their stuff right in
2 Tulane 1 at Purdue the city, rather than a certain Palace of
4 Tennessee-Chattanooga 5 at Michigan State a certain suburb.
6 Detroit-Mercy 8 Indiana "I'm glad we came back here in the
11 Duke 13 at Ohio State city because it was important for the
20 Central Michigan 16 Iowa fans," Johnson said. "They only see
,, o1 M sball now with the Pistons on TV. A lot
28 Auburn@ Arizona 19 Minnesota ofthem don't get out there (The Palace
3D Arizona or Fordham 22 Illinois ofAubum Hills).They kind ofenjoyed
Jan. Mar. this."
3 Boston University 2 at Wisconsin "'There's a lot of people that can't
5 Michigan State 6 Purdue go back to their home towns,"Webber
8 at Iowa 9 Penn State said. "They sold out. I ain't like that. I
13 Ohio State 12 at Northwestern ain't selling out. ... (Coming back to
Detroit) was very important to me."
* Springfield, Mass. Depending on the scorekeeper,
** Fiesta Bowl Classic Webber scored somewhere between
33 and 40 points, while Johnson com-
piledeither57 or59.They werejoined
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The NBA 1979 No.1 draft pick takes on the NBA 1993 No.1 draft
pick at Joe Louis Arena Sunday night.

the veterans, while former Wolverine
Michael Talley,ex-Kansas Jayhawk
Rex Walters, Michigan State alumnus
Mike Peplowski and Detroit Mercy
graduates Dwayne Kelley and Mike
Lovelace highlighted the rookies' ros-
ter. Talley, whose career status is cur-
rently in limbo, scored seven points.
"I was kind of off tonight," Talley
said. "IguessI didn't have the concen-
tration. Iwasjustmore having fun than
thinking about playing basketball."
Talley said he was in the process of
choosing an NBA summer camp to
attend, and he also was contemplating
the Los Angeles summer league.
Although all the competitors aided
in the quality of the production, no
doubt remained over the hierarchy of
the present players: Johnson reigned,
Webber stood by as the king-in-wait-
ing and everyone else qualified for
what Michael Jordan would call the
"supporting cast." The two stars, who
went at each other one-on-one a few
times, expressed much admiration for
each other.

"Right now he can play," Johnson
said of Webber. "He made the step to
college; nowhehas to make the step to
the NBA. Hehas the talent. Hejusthas
to keep growing, keep getting better in
terms of working on his game.
"There's a lot of things he could
work on. He will be working on them
in the summertime, and Iwill be help-
ing him out. As long as he don't think
now because he's the number one pick
-which he won't-and say 'Okay, I
made it,' because he hasn't yet."
"I wouldn'tbe surprised ifhe came
back to play in the NBA this year,"
Webber said of Johnson.
Webber has constantly occupied
the spotlight the last two weeks. From
his No. 1 draft-pick status, to the trade
that sent him west, to his charity work,
there has rarely been a day where he
did not make news. He doesn't seem to
mindit toomuch, forhesaid thatatthis
point he holds no regrets over leaving
Michigan early.
"If I would have stayed and saw I
could have been number one and gone
to Orlando or Golden State, I'd have
kicked myself in the ass every day,"
Webber said.

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