Sacramento Kings' Chris Webber arrives on the magenta carpet before the NBA basketball All-Star Game Sunday, Feb. 20, 2011, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Matt Sayles)
Matt Sayles
October 19, 2015

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) Former NBA All-Star Chris Webber has a new job: teacher.

Wake Forest University announced Monday that Webber will teach a course in its new master of arts in sports storytelling program.

Webber will be a professor of practice in the program that is part of the university's documentary film program. He will teach a class on sports, race and society.

Webber was part of Michigan's ''Fab Five'' in the early 1990s, made five All-Star teams during his 15-year NBA career and now works as a television analyst. He formed a production company in 2012 with ''Hoop Dreams'' producer Peter Gilbert - who's also a professor of practice in the university's documentary film program.

The program launches in Fall 2016.

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