Is your favorite team shorter than most? Taller? Heavier? More experienced? Find out in the 2006-07 NBA Player Survey, which compiles roster data for all 30 teams.

2006-07 AVERAGE HEIGHT
BY TEAM
HEIGHT
Washington
6' 7.80"
Charlotte
6' 7.67"
New Jersey
6' 7.60"
LA Clippers
6' 7.57"
LA Lakers
6' 7.33"
Miami
6' 7.27"
San Antonio
6' 7.21"
Denver
6' 7.20"
Indiana
6' 7.20"
NO/Okla City
6' 7.14"
Portland
6' 7.13"
New York
6' 7.07"
Houston
6' 6.93"
Phoenix
6' 6.92"
Atlanta
6' 6.87"
Cleveland
6' 6.87"
Seattle
6' 6.80"
Dallas
6' 6.73"
Golden State
6' 6.73"
Memphis
6' 6.73"
Chicago
6' 6.67"
Minnesota
6' 6.67"
Orlando
6' 6.67"
Toronto
6' 6.67"
Detroit
6' 6.64"
Boston
6' 6.53"
Milwaukee
6' 6.53"
Philadelphia
6' 6.53"
Sacramento
6' 6.43"
Utah
6' 5.93"
BY DIVISION
HEIGHT
Southeast
6' 7.25"
Pacific
6' 7.00"
Southwest
6' 6.95"
Atlantic
6' 6.88"
Central
6' 6.78"
Northwest
6' 6.75"
BY CONFERENCE
HEIGHT
Eastern
6' 6.97"
Western
6' 6.89"
NBA AVERAGE
HEIGHT
NBA
6' 6.93"
2006-07 EXTREMES
TALLEST PLAYERS
Yao Ming, Houston
7'6"
7'3"
7'2"
Mile Ilic, New Jersey
7'2"
7'2"
7'2"
Primoz Brezec, Charlotte
7'1"
Tyson Chandler, NO/Okla City
7'1"
Jerome James, New York
7'1"
7'1"
Joel Przybilla, Portland
7'1"
SHORTEST PLAYERS
Earl Boykins, Denver
5'5"
5'9"
Nate Robinson, New York
5'9"
Andre Barrett, Chicago
5'10"
Brevin Knight, Charlotte
5'10"
5'10"
Mike Wilks, Seattle
5'10"
Chucky Atkins, Memphis
5'11"
T.J. Ford, Toronto
5'11"
John Lucas, Houston
5'11"
5'11"
5'11"