Top 10 Tallest NBA Players Of All Time

10. Boban Marjanovic

 Boban  Marjanovic

-Height: 7 ft.4 The Serbian after his rookie seasons managed to  average 22.8 PTS, 15.1 REB, 2.0 AST, and 1.3 STL per 36-minutes.Now a member of the Dallas Mavericks, Marjanovic’s career is going smoothly.

9. Tacko Fall

Tacko  fall

-Height: 7 ft.5 The tallest active NBA player takes responsibility for the center with an 8,17-foot wingspan .Particularly,  Fall averages just 3.1 PTS and 2.4 REB per NBA game during the two seasons in Boston.

8. Pavel Podkolzin

Pavel  Podkolzin 

-Height: 7 ft.5 The Russian athlete managed the center and played for 6 games during two seasons. Later Pavel Podklzin had played for few other European basketball teams.

7. Sim Bhullar

Sim  Bhullar 

-Height: 7 ft.5 The towering Canadian player secured only two points at the triple games for the Sacramento Kings. "SimCity" was also a superstar in the Super Basketball League.  

6. Chuck Nevitt

CHUCK  nevitt

-Height: 7 ft.5 This towering pro from Colorado, Nevitt was one of the tallest players in NBA history playing at the center of NBA teams during all nine years of his wonderful career.

5. Yao Ming



-Height: 7 ft.6 The Shanghai NBA player  became one eight-time All-Star as well as five-time All-NBA pick. He had an average of 9.2 REB,1.9 BLK and 19.0 PTS  per game ,across 8 seasons.

4. Shawn Bradley


-Height: 7 ft.6 “The Stormin’ Mormon” was the highest-ranked NBA player at a single season for the Dallas Mavericks. He was also the top tallest NBA player with seven swats. 

3. Slavko Vranes

slavko vranes

-Height: 7 ft.6 Perhaps a strange name to many NBA fans but Slavko Vranes gained a long-lasting and successful career. He was a Euro Cup champion who received 3 Serbian Cups.

2. Manute Bol


-Height: 7 ft.7 Sudan's "Dinka Dunker" was the tallest  shot blocker. Bol stood at top at swats in both 1986 and 1989. He was in the top 10 in blocked shots 7 times throughout his NBA career.



-Height: 7 ft.4 The Romanian topped the NBA standing with the highest field goal percentage (FG%) as well as 2-point FG% in continuous seasons. In 1996 , Gheorghe Muresan earned The Most Improved Player Award of the league.