As of 2015, Zach LaVine of the Minnesota Timberwolves may boast the NBA's highest vertical jump. In a summer 2014 workout with the Los Angeles Lakers, the former UCLA guard's vertical leap was measured at 46 inches. More »

The highest vertical leap ever recorded in NBA history is 48 inches achieved by NBA superstar Michael Jordan and Darrell Griffith. Other explosive leapers in NBA history include Julius Erving with a vertical leap of 41 i... More »

The average vertical jump for National Basketball Association players is 28 inches or 71 centimeters. A vertical jump measures a player's leap straight up from a standing position. More »

The average vertical jump for National Basketball Association players is 28 inches or 71 centimeters. A vertical jump measures a player's leap straight up from a standing position. More »

The highest vertical leap ever recorded in NBA history is 48 inches achieved by NBA superstar Michael Jordan and Darrell Griffith. Other explosive leapers in NBA history include Julius Erving with a vertical leap of 41 i... More »

Websites that provide NBA scores include ESPN.com and LiveScore.com, in addition to the NBA's website, NBA.com. All three websites provide access to live scores. NBA.com and ESPN.com produce extensive coverage of the pro... More »

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While no official measurements of hand size are kept, Giannis Antetokounmpo is believed to have the biggest hands in the NBA. The Milwaukee Bucks' shooting guard-small forward's hands measure nearly 15 inches in length. More »