no he cant even grab net
== == In an interview with Muggsy Bogues, the interviewer asks him if he can dunk. He claims that he tipped one in, back in college. He also says that in high school he used to dunk. To read the interview, see the Related Link.
yes he can
No. While height helps, running speed, throwing accuracy, and being a team player also helps. Consider that one of the best ball handlers in the NBA was Tyrone Curtis "Muggsy" Bogues. At 5'6" Muggsy was able to dunk, and run circles around players much taller.
The shortest person to dunk on a ten foot rim is not Anthony Spud Webb, it's Mugsy Bogues. Webb was the shortest person to win the NFL dunk contest.
yes he could dunk
There is no way to know at this point. There are many factors that are unknown. How tall you will be. How much exercise you will get(how strong you will be). How large your feet will be (Yes, this helps). * * * * * Height has little to do with one's ability to dunk a basketball. Look at Tyrone Curtis "Muggsy" Bogues, who retired from the NBA as a player in 2001. At 5' 3", little Mugsy, one of the best ball handlers in NBA history, was able to dunk pretty much on demand. The key is to develop the ability regardless of perceived limitations.
Yes, a person could slam dunk at 6 feet tall.
No one can dunk from half court, but Michael could dunk from the foul line.
LeBron could and always will be able to dunk. Do not question LeBron.
Yes, it is possible. It depends on how long your arms are and your vertical jump. I would say if you could have a 20-26 in. vertical, you could dunk, not easily, but you could still dunk.
Yes, It would be a fairly elementary dunk for Michael Jordan
Yes Gerald Wallace could when he was 10, and Brandon Roy could dunk when he was in fifth grade, but I'm in 7th grade and I'm 6'5 and I can windmill it.
One of the shortest, if not the all time shortest, players to have played in the NBA was Tyrone 'Muggsy' Bogues who went to college at Wake Forest. He was 5' 3" and was a first round draft choice of the Washington Bullets in 1987. Bogues played in the NBA for 14 seasons with the Bullets, Charlotte Hornets, Golden State Warriors, and Toronto Raptors. Another small player was Anthony 'Spud' Webb who went to college at North Carolina State. He was 5' 7" and was a fourth round draft choice of the Detroit Pistons in 1985. Webb played in the NBA for 12 seasons with the Atlanta Hawks, Sacramento Kings, Minnesota Timberwolves, and Orlando Magic. He won the NBA's slam dunk contest at the All-Star game in 1986. Click on the 'Spud Webb Slam Dunk' link on this page to see a video of him in action at the 1986 Slam Dunk Contest.he was killer.
You have to increase your dunk at least to 80 and if you edit your player you can choose what specialty dunk you want. The higher the dunk rating the better the specialty dunk. When you dunk most of the time it will do the specialty dunk.
i am 5'4 i am 13 and i can touch half way up the net. if i was your height i could probably dunk but it depends on your fitness.
No one is ever too short to play basketball. Some of the shortest players were Muggsy Bogues who was 5'3" and played in the NBA for 14 seasons. Spudd Webb was 5'7" and played for 12 seasons. He also won the Slam Dunk title over his 6'8" teammate, Dominique Wilkins. Currently Nate Robinson is the shortest player in the NBA at 5'9". He has won three Slam Dunk titles including an astounding victory over the 6'11" center Dwight Howard. So to answer your question, no your never too short to play basketball, you may have to work harder, but your never too short.
According to video footage LeBron James could dunk in 8th grade when he played on his AAU team, the Ohio Shooting Stars.
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