Every year, one of the most interesting aspects of the draft combine is the list detailing the official height and weight of each player.
Here's a look at how every player in the draft measured up. For some more detailed observations, check out my combine analysis over at the NBA draft blog.
The NBA spends more time scrutinizing things such as wingspan and standing reach than it does actual heights. How big a player is with his hands above his head (for bigs) and with his arms outstretched (for guards) means much more on the basketball floor than a static height.
For starters, here is Anthony Davis' tale of the tape:
Davis registered at 6-foot-9.25 in socks and 6-10.5 in shoes. He had a huge 7-foot-5.5 wingspan and better than average 9-foot standing reach.
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