As of October 2014, the record for the highest vertical jump is 64 inches and was made by Kevin Bania who is a CrossFit trainer from Milwaukee, Wis. This jump broke the previous record of 58.27 inches, which was made in ... More »

As of 2014, the highest vertical jump that's been officially recorded is 60 inches. The record is held by Frenchman Kadour Ziani, who is a professional dunker with the professional dunking exhibition team Slam Nation. More »

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 »

As of October 2015, cities in the United States with the highest murder rates include Milwaukee, St. Louis, Baltimore, Washington and New Orleans. Other high-murder cities are Kansas City, Chicago, Dallas, New York City ... More »

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 »

As of 2014, the highest vertical jump that's been officially recorded is 60 inches. The record is held by Frenchman Kadour Ziani, who is a professional dunker with the professional dunking exhibition team Slam Nation. 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 »