Chris Webber played alongside Jalen Rose, Juwan Howard and others in one of the stronger lineups that NCAA Basketball has ever seen. He broke into the NBA on the Warriors and played with future Hall of Famer Chris Mullin. He spent a good portion of his career with the Sacramento Kings alongside the likes of Peja Stojakovic, Mike Bibby, Vlade Divac, Doug Christie and others.
But it wasn't until Webber was 32 years old that he got to join forces with the player who he'd consider his most talented teammate ever, and you won't find many people arguing that viewpoint. We're talking about Allen Iverson, of course, who joined forces with Webber for parts of three seasons in Philadelphia during the mid-2000s.