5 Shortest NBA Basketball Players in the World

Do you like watching basketball games on television or live? Those of you who often watch will be amazed by the players who are tall and have a fairly large body. Some basketball players even reach 2 meters in height, you know, Toppers! Indeed, having a tall body is perfect for playing basketball. Because with this tall body, it will be easier to put the basketball into the ring to score.

But, it turns out that not all basketball players have to be tall, you know! Even some world-class basketball players have a short stature for the size of a basketball player. However, even though they have a short body, they do not reduce their agility and accuracy when scoring in the basketball hoop. Want to know who are the short world class basketball players? Immediately, we see one by one.

Tyrone Curtis ‘Muggsy’ Bogues

The shortest basketball player in the first place is Tyrone Bogues who has a height of only 160 cm. However, despite his short stature, Tyrone’s skill in stealing the ball from opponents and blocking opponents cannot be underestimated. The man who was born on January 9, 1965, even confronted one of the legendary basketball players, Patrick Ewing. The basketball player who is often nicknamed Muggsy began on June 22, 1988 and joined the Charlotte Hornets team. During his career in basketball, Muggsy was able to score an average of 7.7 points and 7.6 assists per game while playing in the NBA.

Earl Antoine Boykins

Earl Boykins is the second shortest NBA basketball player with a height of 165 cm. Boykins is also one of the basketball players most anticipated by opponents due to his agility and speed which are hard to match. Although, Boykins only played for 20 minutes of match time, he was able to do 3.2 assists per game. In addition, this man who was born on June 2, 1976 has scored more than 30 points! Boykins is also noted as the player who moved the most clubs throughout his career in the NBA. From the New Jersey Nets to the Houston Rockets in 2012 before retiring.

Anthony Jerome ‘Spud’ Webb

This Dallas-born NBA basketball player is also one of the shortest basketball players in the world with a height of 170 cm. However, it cannot be underestimated because his skill in playing basketball made him win the All Star Dunk contest in 1986. During his career in basketball, Spudd has managed to produce 8,072 points, 4,342 assists and 1,742 rebounds. Because he is no longer young, Webb is now President Basketball Operations for Texas Legend.

Nate Robinson

Nate Robinson’s height is not like a basketball player in general but, with a height of 172.5 cm this basketball player who is very dunked has won several Slam Dunk contests three times in 2006, 2009 and 2010. In fact, he was wrong. one Slam Dunk contest, Nate is able to jump over basketball player, Dwight Howard who is about 211 cm high, you know! During his career in the NBA, the man who was born on May 31, 1984 has played for the New York Knicks, Bolton Celtics, Golden State Wariors, Oklahoma City Thunder, Chicago Bulls and the Denver Nuggets.

Isaiah Thomas

The last NBA basketball player to be below average height however, possessing this unmatched ability also cannot be underestimated. With a height of 175 cm, Thomas has made brilliant achievements in the world of basketball, one of which is becoming the NBA Rising Star in 2013. Although he does not have a tall body, his actions can endanger the opponent’s defense.

With a height that is far from the average of other basketball players in general, the five NBA basketball players above are able to make an achievement that is no less good than other basketball players. Are the five players above your favorite basketball players?

5 of the Best Basketball Players in the World

Being the best basketball player especially if the name is legendary is a dream for every basketball player in the world, and I will share with you all about the 5 best basketball players in the world, despite the fact that the best basketball players in the world are dominated by NBA basketball players , so let’s just read this article …

1. Michael Jordan

I’m sure all will agree with my choice this one. All certainly agree Jordan is one of the best basketball players of all time.

Born on February 17, 1963, the player with the nickname “Air Jordan” has managed to bring his team Chicago Bulls won the NBA 6 times (1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1998).

Maintaining a championship position for 3 consecutive seasons is definitely not easy, not many NBA teams can be like this. He managed to make a “three-peat” in 1991,1992 and 1993, which then had to end because he retired from basketball and tried to play BaseBall. But the end was back again in 1995 which finally succeeded in making “the-cheat” again by bringing the Bulls back to winning in 1996, 1997 and 1998.

For personal awards there are also many, including 5 times as a regular MVP, 6 times MVP Final, 3 times MVP All-Starts, 2 times won gold medal in the Olympics, etc., etc. * many more … mostly if written here 🙂

2. Shaq O’neal

Shaquille Rashaun O’Neal (born in Newark, New Jersey, United States, March 6, 1972; age 41 years), often abbreviated to Shaq, is one of the most dominant NBA basketball players. O’Neal first played for the Orlando Magic, then moved to the Los Angeles Lakers, where he found his glory by grabbing 3 NBA championship titles. Towards the 2004-05 season, he moved to the Miami Heat and won an NBA title, then moved to the Phoenix Suns, and for the 2009-10 season he moved to the Cleveland Cavaliers and retired there. With a height of 2.16 m, a weight of 150 kg, and 22 shoes (the size of a United States shoe), Shaq is famous for his physical size. Shaq has several nicknames such as “the Diesel”, “the Big Aristotle”, “M.D.E (Most Dominant Ever)”, “Superman”, and his last nicknames after receiving his doctorate, “Doctor Shaq”.

3. Lary Bird

Larry Joe Bird (born December 7, 1956; age 56 years) is a former United States basketball player who played in the NBA, recognized and remembered as one of the greatest in all his games, and perhaps the one who is swiftly clutched. Entered into the overall 6th NBA Draft by the Boston Celtics in 1978, Bird played as a small forward and a power forward for 13 seasons. He retired as an NBA player in 1992. Bird was voted by the NBA’s 50th Anniversary All-Time Team [1] in 1996 and entered the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame [1] in 1998.

After working as an assistant in front of the Celtics office from 1992 to 1997, Bird served as head coach at the Indiana Pacers from 1998 to 2000. In 2003, he was assumed to serve as operational president for the Pacers, which position is still retained. He stands 206 cm tall.

4. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (born in New York City, New York, April 16, 1947; age 66 years old by the name of Ferdinand Lewis Alcindor, Jr.) is a former basketball player from the United States. and he then went crazy because his head hit the basketball.

He played for the UCLA team, then professionally for the Milwaukee Bucks and Los Angeles Lakers. The highest scoring record of all time with 38,387 is still held by him. After retiring playing he also became a movie star, including in the film Game of Death with Bruce Leedan the comedy film Airplane !.

5. Kobe Bryant

After the Jordan Era, every good player will always be compared to Jordan. Or it will always be questioned whether the person can be the next air jordan. Initially names like Grant Hill or Vince Carter seemed to bounce, but it turned out that the two names glowed not too long.

Well, Kobe Bryan is in my opinion a suitable match as the next air jordan. Although Kobe himself does not want to if he is called the next air Jordan. Kobe made many new records in the NBA. Kobe has scored 81 points in 1 game, this is the second highest number record after Wilt Chamberlain who can score 100 points in 1 game

Kobe also holds the record for being the youngest player in NBA history to score 24,000 in 31 years 75 days

On February 1, 2010, Kobe Bryant scored 44 points to become the all-time top scorer of the Los Angeles Lakers

….And much more 🙂

Kobe successfully brought the Lakers three-peat in 2000, 2001, 2002 along with Shaq. Many say the Lakers won because of Shaq alone. But Kobe proved that it wasn’t really true. Without Shaq, Kobe managed to bring the Lakers back to winning the NBA in years

Longest Active Winning Streaks in Region Games


Marist’s 22-game winning streak in region games ended last week when the War Eagles lost to St. Pius 10-9 in a Region 6-AAAA contest. Here are the longest active winning streaks of games that count in region standings. Note that Eagle’s Landing Christian, despite a 1-6 overall record, won its 32nd consecutive region game last week against Strong Rock Christian in 5-A. ELCA’s next opponent is No. 9 Landmark Christian. Also, Buford would have had 30 without two forfeits in 2012.

90 – Calhoun
52 – Carver (Columbus)
43 – Sandy Creek
35 – Lovejoy
32 – Eagle’s Landing Christian
27 – Ware County
24 – Lamar County
24 – Burke County
19 – Heard County
18 – Cartersville
18 – Callaway
18 – Alpharetta

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2014 GHSA Football Part II Test Study Guide – May 2014

This month’s set of questions are mostly action plays unlike the questions sent out in April 2014. Those were just statements pertaining to the rules and just to energize us for upcoming camps and the season. As with the previous set, the answers will come out in the next month’s issue; and until 2014 rule books are available, answers will be referenced to the 2013 rule book.

This is an ideal opportunity to study as a crew. Divide the questions up and then meet together to review. Saving these questions and your researched answers would be a really good idea since randomly selected questions from this group and others will comprise the 2014 Part II test >>

2014 GHSA Football Camps

The 2014 GHSA Football Camps will be held at the locations listed below.:

  • June 21 – Georgia Southern University (RAC Center)
  • June 28 – Darlington Middle School (Rome)
  • July 12 – Westminster Middle School (Atlanta)
  • July 19 – Woodstock High School (Woodstock)
  • August 2 – Lee County High School (Albany)
  • August 8 (Friday 11:00AM) – Macon Centreplex

The first five (5) camps cost $70.00 in advance and $100.00 walk-up.

The August 8 camp costs $95.00 and includes the GAOA Low Country Boil on Friday (after the camp) and admission to Officiate Georgia Day on Saturday, August 9.  Walk-ups for this camp are $120.00.