Height: 7 feet 4 inches Basketball Team Names: San Antonio Spur Detroit Piston Los Angeles Clipper Philadelphia 76er Dallas Maverick Playing Years: 2016-present
It's fine to be frustrated by Boban Marjanovic's statistics categories during his career. The reason for this is that the Serbian has never averaged more than 7.3 points a game in his career.
Height: 7 feet 5 inches Basketball Team Name: Boston Celtic Playing Year: 2020-present
With a 8,17-foot wingspan and a standing height of 10,17 feet, the NBA's tallest active player is in charge of the centre position. During his two seasons in Boston, Tacko Fall averaged just 3.1 points and 2.4 rebounds per game.
Height: 7 feet 5 inches Basketball Team Name: Dallas Maverick Playing Year: 2005-2006
The Dallas Mavericks enjoy acquiring lanky seven-footers. Pavel Podklzin of No. 357 is an illustration. During two seasons, the Russian athlete held the centre position and appeared in six games.
Height: 7 feet 5 inches Basketball Team Name: Sacramento King Playing Year: 2015
Between 2014 and 2015, the tall Canadian scored only two points in triple games with the Sacramento Kings. While he was unable to find any success in the NBA, "Sim City" rose to prominence in the Super Basketball League.
Height: 7 feet 5 inches Basketball Team Names: Houston Rocket Los Angeles Laker Detroit Piston Chicago Bull San Antonio Spur Playing Years: 1983-1994
Chuck Nevitt, who stood at 7 feet 5 inches tall, was one of the NBA's tallest players. During his nine-year NBA career, the towering and professional Nevitt had manned the centre of NBA teams.
Height: 7 feet 6 inches Basketball Team Name: Houston Rocket Playing Years: 2003-2011
Yao Ming had eight All Stars and five All NBA picks. Shanghai's native NBA players averaged 19.0 PTS, 9.2 REB and 1.9 BLK per game in eight seasons. He retired at the age of 30 due to a persistent foot injury.
Height: 7 feet 6 inches Basketball Team Names: Philadelphia 76ers New Jersey Net Dallas Maverick Playing Years: 1994-2005
"The Stormin'Mormon" was the highest ranked NBA player in the Dallas Mavericks single-season block. He was also the tallest NBA player with up to 7 SWATs. He then left the basketball world after playing for 12 years.
Height: 7 feet 6 inches Basketball Team Names: Portland Trail Blazer Playing Years: 2004
The New York Knicks chose him as the 39th player in the second round of the 2003 NBA Draft and then switched to the Portland Trail Blazers. There, Slavkovlanes played for just three minutes.
Height: 7 feet 7 inches. Basketball Team Names: Washington Bullets. Golden State Warriors. Philadelphia 76ers. Miami Heat. Playing Years: 1986-1995.
Bol was the first to stand in Swat in both 1986 and 1989. During his NBA career, he was ranked in the top 10 seven times in the block shots. The Sudanese player then added a three-point mark to his arsenal.
Height: 7 feet 7 inches Basketball Team Names: Washington Wizards. New Jersey Nets. Playing Years: 1994-2000
When George Muresan played for Washington Brett, he averaged 14.5 points, 9.6 rebounds and 2.3 blocks per game. As a result, George Muresan won the league's Most Growing Player Award in 1996.