SACRAMENTO, CA - 1995: Spud Webb #4 of the Sacramento Kings shoots a lay up during the game against the Utah Jazz circa 1995 at Arco Arena in Sacramento, California. Photo by Rocky Widner/NBAE via Getty Images

The former dunk champion Spud Webb talked on “The Grant Napear Show with Doug Christie” for the time he got traded to the Kings, after six seasons in Atlanta.

“It was a tough move because I had never been out west,” Webb said of his trade to Sacramento from Atlanta. “When I got to Sacramento it was definitely a shock. I loved Atlanta, the things we were doing. And then I got out there and met you crazy guys,” referring to the hosts Grant Napear and Doug Christie.

That was the first time Webb played for a Western Conference team in his 12-season career, averaging 13.7 points, 2.7 rebounds, 6.7 assists and 1.3 steals per game during his four years (1991-1995) in Sacramento.

He was also the 1986 Slam Dunk Contest winner, being also one of the shortest players in the history of the league.