Famous NBA players under 6 ft. tall.
The shortest player to ever play in the NBA was 5'3" guard Tyrone "Muggsy" Bogues. In 1987. Bogues was drafted 12th overall to the Washington Bullets. Bogues won the Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award, was First-team All-ACC and has his jersey retired by Wake Forest. Photo by: Doug Pensinger/Getty Images
Famous NBA players under 6 ft. tall.
30-year-old NBA veteran Isaiah Thomas is 5'11". Thomas was the final pick in the 2011 NBA draft to the Sacramento Kings. Thomas's two best seasons in the NBA came as a member of the Boston Celtics. He was an all-star in 2016 and 2017. At the University of Washington, Thomas was a two-time All-Pac-10 First Team member and has his jersey #2 retired. Currently, Thomas is a member of the Denver Nuggets. Photo by: Matthew Stockman/Getty Images
Famous NBA players under 6 ft. tall.
34-year-old Nate Robinson is a 5'9" guard that played in the NBA from 2005-2015. Robinson is a three-time NBA Dunk Contest champion (2006, 2009, 2010). He was the 21st overall selection in the 2005 NBA Draft out of Washington. Currently, Robinson plays for Homenetmen Beirut in the Lebanese Basketball. Photo by: Doug Pensinger/Getty Images
Famous NCAA players under 6-feet-tall.
23-year-old Tyler Ulis is 5'10" tall. Ulis was a standout guard at the University of Kentucky, under coach John Calipari. Ulis was the 34th overall in 2016 to the Phoenix Suns. Currently, Ulis is a memeber of the Chicago Bulls' G-League team, the Windy City Bulls. Photo by: Christian Petersen/Getty Images
Famous NCAA players under 6 ft. tall.
23-year-old Kay Felder is 5'9" tall. Felder was the 54th overall pick in the 2016 NBA Draft to the Atlanta Hawks. Felder was one most decorated college players ever. At Oakland, Felder was a 2× First-team All Horizon League, Horizon League Freshman of the Year and the all-time assists leader in the conference. Currently, Felder is a member of the Toronto Raptors G-League team, the 905 Raptors. Photo by: Vaughn Ridley/Getty Images
Famous NBA players under 6 ft. tall.
One of the most famous players in NBA history, Anthony (Spudd) Webb. At 5'7", Webb is one of the shortest players to ever play in the NBA. Despite this, Webb won the NBA Dunk Contest in 1986 and had an NBA career that lasted 1985-1996. Photo by: Stephen Dunn/Getty Images
Famous NBA players under 6 ft. tall.
Standing at 5'5" tall, Earl Boykins is the second-shortest player in NBA history. Boykins went undrafted in 1998 and played in the NBA from 1998-2012. At Eastern Michigan University, Boykins was a two-time All-MAC First-team member. He also has his jersey retired by the school. Photo by: Christian Petersen/Getty Images
Famous NBA players under 6 ft. tall.
Standing directly left of Dwight Howard is the 5'9" Calvin Murphy. Murphy was the 18th overall pick back in 1970, an NBA All-Star in 1979, two-time All-American at Niagara University and has his number 23 retired by the Houston Rockets. Photo by: Bob Levey/Getty Images
Famous NCAA players under 6-feet-tall.
23-year-old Junior Robinson was one of the most exciting scorers in the NCAA last season. The 5'5" Robinson lead Mount St. Mary's to the NCAA tournament as a 16 seed in 2018. As a senior, Robinson averaged 22.0 points and 4.8 assists per game and led the Mountaineers to a second-place finish in conference play. He was not drafted into the NBA, but plays for the Araberri Basketball Club in Spain. Photo by: Michael Hickey/Getty Images
Famous NCAA players under 6-feet-tall.
5'11" Frank Mason III was the consensus National College Player of the Year in 2017 and was drafted 34th overall to the Sacramento Kings. Mason was the Big 12 Player of the Year, First-team All-American and a member of the Big 12 All-Defensive Team. Currently, Mason is averaging 5 points-per-game in his second NBA season.Photo by: Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images
Famous NCAA players under 6-feet-tall.
The 5'11" Jordan Howard went undrafted in 2018, but currently plays for the 905 Raptors, the Toronto Raptors G-League team. Howard was one of the best three-point shooters in the county during his senior year at Central Arkansas. Howard is the all-time leader for three-point field goals in the Southland Conference. At the conclusion of the regular season, he was named Southland Player of the Year.Photo by: Josh Lefkowitz/Getty Images
Famous NCAA players under 6-feet-tall.
One of the most exciting players in the NCAA the past two seasons is the 5'11" Markus Howard. Howard lead the nation in three-point shooting percentage in his sophomore season. Howard was a member of the Big East All-Freshman team, Second-team All Big East and is on his way to being first-team All American at the end of this season. Photo by: Dylan Buell/Getty Images