High-flyers This season, LeBron James and Blake Griffin have been putting together highlight reel-worthy dunks.

Our attention has always been captured by large, athletic players who put on mind-blowing demonstrations of strength and height.

Similarly, players at the other end of the size spectrum have caught our attention.

Most supporters can identify with the shorter-statured players, giving people confidence that they can also be successful in a game of giants.

I wasn’t sure where to place the bar, but in the end I settled on players under six feet tall.

Here is the list of top 10 shortest nba player in the National Basketball Association NBA history and for their respective nba team.

10. Chris Paul

He is described as being 6’0″ tall in shoes, so his actual height is probably closer to 5’11”. The professional basketball player is an active nba player for the Los angeles lakers and is a point guard.

The Los Angeles Clippers are performing far better than they have in the past because to him, who is currently the finest point guard in the league.

Being Shortest in NBA history, is Chris a good player?

Paul, who is a natural passer, isn’t afraid to win games with a deft pass or a crucial jump shot. He is also an excellent on-the-ball defender considering his height.

Paul is second in the league in thefts per game and is swift enough to stay in front of his defender (2.44). The best of Chris Paul is still to come because he has a strong supporting cast.

He is one of the shortest nba player around. He is shortest in both the nba and his national team.

9. Allen Iverson

Allen Iverson is a prime example of the phrase “little frame, huge heart.” Iverson is touted as being 6’0 like Chris Paul “wear shoes.

He’s actually closer to 5’11 in height “in size. Iverson, who is renowned for his speed and scoring prowess, has attempted 8,168 free throws in his career with a high free throw percentage.

Why is Allen considered as one of the Greatest player in nba history?

He was the 2001 MVP, an 11-time All-Star, and the four-time NBA scoring champion.

Most impressively, he took the Philadelphia 76ers to the NBA Finals in 2000–2001, where they were defeated by the Los Angeles Lakers in six games.

The drive that made Iverson a great National Basketball Association NBA player is still in motion at the age of 36.

He is presently searching for a new basketball home, with Puerto Rico being mentioned as a potential location.

Allen is the 9th ranked shortest nba player around.

8. Avery ‘Little General’ Johnson

Avery Johnson, who is currently the coach of the New Jersey Nets and was the 2006 Coach of the Year winner, was a terrific NBA player.

Johnson, who goes by the moniker “Little General,” is 5’10″which makes him one of the shortest in league history.

Despite being undrafted at first, Johnson went on to play a crucial part for the Spurs, who won the NBA Championship in 1999, when he made the game-winning shot in the final match.

He played from 1988 through 2004, switching teams frequently.

The most notable part of his career in basketball history was spent with the Spurs, and San Antonio retired his number in 2007.

Johnson’s success as a head coach has followed his playing career.

His first three complete seasons with the Dallas Mavericks saw each squad win more than 50 games.

7. Damon ‘Might Mouse’ Stoudamire

Damon Stoudamire, who is 5’10” and was selected seventh overall by the Toronto Raptors in 1995, won the Rookie of the Year title.

How was the career of Damon?

In his first season, he had a 9.3 APG and 19 PPG average.

Not only did Damon’s physique give him the moniker, but also his Might Mouse tattoo on his right arm.

The Portland Trailblazers acquired Damon Stoudamire in a trade in 1998. Despite a couple seasons of declining statistics, he improved in 2005.

With 54 points that season, Stoudamire broke the Blazers’ all-time scoring mark.

He wasn’t re-signed by the Trailblazers because they wanted to start over with younger, less expensive players.

His playing days were over on the bench, first with the San Antonio Spurs and then the Memphis Grizzlies.

He was among the greatest players in nba history.

6. Michael Adams

Michael Adams, another youngster who went unnoticed on draught day, was selected by the Sacramento Kings in the 66th overall pick. From there he later moved to Denver nuggets.

The 5’10” guard had a couple unsuccessful seasons before his explosive 1990–1991 campaign with the Denver Nuggets, when he averaged 26.5 points per game.

From Denver Nuggets, he was moved to the Washington Bullets the following season, when he earned an All-Star selection.

Adams, who was one of the few push-shot shooters, finished his career with 9,621 points and 4,209 steals.

For a guard of any size, Adams’ career averages of 14.7 PPG and 6.4 APG are respectable.

He was one of the very successful players in nba history.

5. Anthony Jerome ‘Spud’ Webb

Spud Webb, one of the shortest players in NBA history, at only 5’7″.

How was the career of Webb at the Basketball association of america?

Due in large part to his outstanding junior college performance, the Detroit Pistons selected him 87th overall, although he spent his first six NBA seasons with the Atlanta Hawks.

Spud scored 36 points in the 1982 junior college national championship game to help Midland College win in double OT.

Spud Webb recorded 8,072 points (9.9 PPG) and 4,342 assists, which is decent (5.3 APG).

Most notably, Spud defeated Dominique Wilkins, a teammate and the reigning champion, to win the Sprite Slam Dunk competition in 1986.

He continues to be the NBA’s shortest competitor and winner.

4. Nate robinson

The maximum height of Nate Robinson is 5’9″. Robinson still possesses above-the-rim skills, no doubt about it.

How did Nate perform at the NBA slam dunk contest?

He won the Sprite Slam Dunk contest three times, in 2006, 2009, and 2010.

Most famously, he leapt over Dwight Howard to score the game-winning slam dunk. Spud Webb appropriately guided Robinson to his first dunk championship.

Robinson, who was selected with the 21st overall pick in the 2005 NBA Draft, has previously played for the Oklahoma City Thunder, Boston Celtics, and New York Knicks.

He is currently a member of the Golden State Warriors. With career averages of 11.3 PPG and 2.6 APG, he has demonstrated his ability as a backup point guard.

3. Calvin murphy

Calvin Murphy, who stands at 5’9″, is the shortest member of the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame.

Calvin Murphy was selected 18th overall by the Rockets, who were then based in San Diego, and he played for them his entire playing career.

He had a career scoring average of 17.9 points per game and 4,402 assists (4.4 APG).

Murphy had a great free-throw shooting game. He achieved the second-highest percentage ever during the 1980–81 season (95.8 percent).

At 78, he also owns the third-longest run of free throws. He is the 3rd ranked shortest nba player.

2. Earl Antoine Boykins

The rankings improve as the height gets smaller. With a height of under 5’5″, Earl Boykins is the 2nd shortest nba player.

How was the career of Boykins?

Boykins was the lightest at just 133 pounds, despite not being the shortest. Boykins spent years moving around from team to team despite never being selected.

He played for the Denver Nuggets for the longest period of time, from 2003 to 2007.

Boykins passed and scored well despite his size.

The shortest player to ever score 30 or more points in the NBA, he even scored 32 points against the Pistons.

Boykins also averaged 3.2 assists per game, which is remarkable considering that he played only an average of 20 minutes each game.

1. Tyrone Curtis ‘Muggsy’ Bogues

Other than Muggsy, who else might hold the top spot? The shortest player in NBA history, Muggsy Bogues, is listed at 5’3″.

He was selected by the Washington Bullets as the 12th overall pick in the 1987 NBA Draft, and he eventually played for the Hornets, Golden state Warriors, and Raptors.

Muggsy was regarded as a brilliant passer and stealer who made use of his size to his advantage.

Muggsy only managed an impressive 7.6 APG while only averaging 7.7 PPG. Even so, he finished his career with 39 blocks, one of which came against Patrick Ewing of the New York Knicks.

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