In a notable reunion, the iconic Fab Five—Jalen Rose, Chris Webber, Jimmy King, and Ray Jackson—gathered at Michigan to support coach Juwan Howard.

The legendary Fab Five, comprising Jalen Rose, Chris Webber, Jimmy King, and Ray Jackson, experienced a significant reunion at Michigan’s Crisler Center on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. This marked the first time they gathered since their playing days, creating a memorable moment for fans and the basketball community.

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Courtside at the Michigan vs. Ohio State game, the quartet joined forces to support their former teammate turned head coach, Juwan Howard. The Wolverines, enduring a challenging season with a 6-10 record and a five-game losing streak, surprised fans with a halftime lead of 37-28 against their rival Buckeyes.

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Jalen Rose and Chris Webber, who had faced strains in their relationship for years, showcased a renewed bond during the reunion. The camaraderie between the Detroit-born friends and former teammates was evident as they hugged Howard during halftime, emphasizing their support for the embattled coach.

The Fab Five played a pivotal role in Michigan’s basketball history, reaching the national championship games in 1992 and 1993. Despite past controversies, including a payment scandal involving Chris Webber and the forfeiture of wins, the group reunited to back Juwan Howard, who is currently in his fifth season as Michigan’s coach.

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Jalen Rose, in an in-game interview during the Fox TV broadcast, highlighted the lack of acknowledgment the Fab Five received from Michigan for years. He expressed hope that Howard’s hiring would help resolve past issues, emphasizing the unity of the group.

The Fab Five’s presence at the Crisler Center not only marked a historic reunion but also symbolized a gesture of support for Howard amid the challenges faced by the Wolverines this season. As they watched the game unfold, the unity of the Fab Five resonated as a powerful moment in Michigan basketball history.