Top 10 NBA Players Who Are the Smallest Ever

Muggsy Bogues

(5'3" / 160 cm) - The shortest player in NBA history, Bogues played for teams like the Washington Bullets and Charlotte Hornets. He was known for his speed and agility and played alongside the second-tallest player, Manute Bol.

Earl Boykins

(5'5" / 165 cm) - Boykins had a career spanning from 1999 to 2012, playing for various teams including the Denver Nuggets and Houston Rockets. He was known for his scoring and assists.

Mel Hirsch

(5'6" / 168 cm) - Hirsch played for the Boston Celtics in the 1946-1947 season. Despite his short stature, he made his mark in the league during its early years.

Greg Grant

(5'7" / 170 cm) - Grant played for several teams, including the Phoenix Suns and Philadelphia 76ers. He was appreciated for his perseverance and contribution to the game.

Keith Jennings

(5'7" / 170 cm) - Jennings played for the Golden State Warriors from 1992 to 1995. He was a point guard known for his playmaking abilities.

Red Klotz

(5'7" / 170 cm) - Klotz played for the Baltimore Bullets and is the shortest player ever to win an NBA championship. He later became the head coach of the Washington Generals.

Wataru Misaka

(5'7" / 170 cm) - Misaka broke barriers as the first non-white player and the first player of Asian descent to play in the NBA, taking the court for the New York Knicks in the 1947-1948 season

Monte Towe

(5'7" / 170 cm) - Towe is known for his time with the Denver Nuggets and as a standout college player. He later had a career in coaching

Charlie Criss

(5'8" / 173 cm) - Criss played for the Atlanta Hawks and other teams during his career. He was known for his energetic play and scoring ability.

Spud Webb

(5'7" / 170 cm) - Webb is famous for winning the NBA Slam Dunk Contest in 1986 despite being one of the shortest players in the league. He played for teams like the Atlanta Hawks and Minnesota Timberwolves

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