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Spud Webb

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Books

"Jim Valvano." Almanac of Famous People, 6th ed. Detroit: Gale Group, 1998.

"Spud Webb." Almanac of Famous People, 6th ed. Detroit: Gale Group, 1998.

"Spud Webb." Who's Who Among African Americans, 14th ed. Detroit: Gale Group, 2001.

Periodicals

Cornwell, Susan. "T-Wolves Trade Laettner to Hawks on Trade Deadline Day." Reuters (February 22, 1996).

McCallum, Jack. "Inside the NBA." Sports Illustrated (March 18, 1991).

McKay, Matt. "Webb Stays with Basketball, But His New Passion Is Golf." Dallas Morning News (May 1, 1998): 17B.

Other

"Anthony 'Spud' Webb." NBA Stars in Europe. http://www.geocities.com/tzovas/nbastars/webb_spud.html (December 27, 2002).

"Behind the Scenes with Tony Haynes: Spud Webb Is Still Looking Up." GoPack.com. http://gopack.ocsn.com/genrel/011702aaa.html (December 27, 2002).

"NBA Great Spud Webb Joins the Pro-Speaking Circuit!" Spud Webb Enterprises. http://www.nopasports.com/spudwebb/main.htm (December 27, 2002).

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