Top 5 Shoe Sizes in the NBA

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It is well known that basketball players are very tall. The average length of a ‘normal’ man is 1,70m, while the average NBA player is about 2,08m. This is almost a 40 cm difference! You would expect that those players also have bigger feet than most people, and they do. But which players have the biggest feet of all in the NBA.

5. DeAndre Jordan

Photo: USA Today Sports

Jordan is tied with Yao Ming on the fifth spot. They both have size 52, but Yao Ming is just a bit taller than Jordan (2,29m vs 2,11m).

4. Javale McGee

Photo: Doug Duran/Bay Area News Group

Javale is just a little bit taller than DeAndre Jordan, but his feet are two sizes bigger. He has size 54. Until the draft of 2013, McGee had the biggest wingspan in the NBA (at 2,30m).

3. Robin and Brook Lopez

Photo: Maxim

They always say that twins are alike, and in this case that is definitely true. Besides being one of the few brothers in the NBA, they are exactly the same height (2,13m) and they have the same shoe size, 54. That is what you call real twins.

2. Bob Lanier

Photo: MEARS Auction

Lanier has size 56 in shoes. He played in the NBA for fourteen seasons, and played in 8 All-Star Games. After his career, he was inducted into the Naismith Hall of Fame. Now, the visitors of the Hall of Fame can compare their feet to Lanier’s.

1. Shaquille O’Neal

Photo: Reebok

Besides being one of the heaviest players to ever play in the NBA, he also has the biggest feet. He is listed at having size 56, but sometimes even wears a 57.

It is well known that basketball players are very tall. The average length of a ‘normal’ man is 1,70m, while the average NBA player is about 2,08m. This is almost a 40 cm difference! You would expect that those players also have bigger feet than most people, and they do. But which players have the biggest feet of all in the NBA.

5. DeAndre Jordan

Photo: USA Today Sports

Jordan is tied with Yao Ming on the fifth spot. They both have size 52, but Yao Ming is just a bit taller than Jordan (2,29m vs 2,11m).

4. Javale McGee

Photo: Doug Duran/Bay Area News Group

Javale is just a little bit taller than DeAndre Jordan, but his feet are two sizes bigger. He has size 54. Until the draft of 2013, McGee had the biggest wingspan in the NBA (at 2,30m).

3. Robin and Brook Lopez

Photo: Maxim

They always say that twins are alike, and in this case that is definitely true. Besides being one of the few brothers in the NBA, they are exactly the same height (2,13m) and they have the same shoe size, 54. That is what you call real twins.

2. Bob Lanier

Photo: MEARS Auction

Lanier has size 56 in shoes. He played in the NBA for fourteen seasons, and played in 8 All-Star Games. After his career, he was inducted into the Naismith Hall of Fame. Now, the visitors of the Hall of Fame can compare their feet to Lanier’s.

1. Shaquille O’Neal

Photo: Reebok

Besides being one of the heaviest players to ever play in the NBA, he also has the biggest feet. He is listed at having size 56, but sometimes even wears a 57.

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