Is your favorite team shorter than most? Taller? Heavier? More experienced? Find out in the 2007-08 NBA Player Survey, which compiles roster data for all 30 teams.

2007-08 AVERAGE AGE
BY TEAM AGE
1. San Antonio 30.64
2.
Phoenix
29.04
3. L.A. Clippers 28.86
4.
Dallas
28.28
5. Miami 28.26
6. Houston
28.20
7. New Jersey 27.77
8. Toronto 27.70
9. Detroit 27.65
10.
Orlando
27.52
11. Denver 27.45
12.
Cleveland
27.25
13.
New Orleans
27.04
14.
Boston
26.90
15. Sacramento 26.73
16.
Charlotte
26.62
17. Washington 26.61
18.
Milwaukee
26.49
19. Minnesota 26.39
20.
Indiana
26.37
21. New York 26.22
22.
L.A. Lakers
25.90
23. Memphis 25.87
24.
Philadelphia
25.73
25. Chicago 25.72
26.
Utah
25.61
27. Atlanta 25.48
28.
Golden State
25.42
29. Seattle 25.35
30.
Portland
24.06
BY DIVISION
AGE
1.
Southwest
28.01
2.
Pacific
27.14
3.
Southeast
26.91
4.
Atlantic
26.84
5.
Central
26.70
6.
Northwest
25.78
BY CONFERENCE
AGE
1.
Western
26.99
2.
Eastern
26.81
NBA AVERAGE
AGE
NBA
26.89
2007-08 EXTREMES
OLDEST PLAYERS
1.
June 25, 1966
2.
Darrell Armstrong, New Jersey
June 22, 1968
3.
Sam Cassell, L.A. Clippers
Nov. 18, 1969
4.
Feb. 8, 1970
5.
Robert Horry, San Antonio
Aug. 25, 1970
6.
Sept. 30, 1970
7.
Dec. 3, 1970
8.
March 6, 1971
Bo Outlaw, Orlando
April 13, 1971
10.
Bruce Bowen, San Antonio
June 14, 1971
YOUNGEST PLAYERS
429.
Julian Wright, New Orleans
May 20, 1987
430.
Brandan Wright, Golden State
Oct. 5, 1987
431.
Mike Conley, Memphis
Oct. 11, 1987
432.
Andrew Bynum, L.A. Lakers
Oct. 27, 1987
Yi Jianlian, Milwaukee
Oct. 27, 1987
434.
Javaris Crittenton, L.A. Lakers
Dec. 31, 1987
435.
Greg Oden, Portland
Jan. 22, 1988
436.
Spencer Hawes, Sacramento
April 28, 1988
437.
Thaddeus Young, Philadelphia
June 21, 1988
438.
Kevin Durant, Seattle
Sept. 29, 1988