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And with the #1 draft pick the Charlotte Bobcats select.....


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holly crap.... this man makes

holly crap.... this man makes pekovic seems like a little boy !!!

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That guys gotta be like 8

That guys gotta be like 8 feet tall!! lol

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Damn

you cant teach height

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I think that dude is 7'8 and

I think that dude is 7'8 and lives in Minnesota..Some shoe company was generous to make him a pair of 22 size shoes....

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His name is Igor

His name is Igor Vovkovinskiy, he punches Jason Sudeikis in the bar scene in the movie Hall Pass

at age 7 he was 6'0'' 200

and he measured in May 2010 at 7'8.33''

people that know him closely guess he weighs around 600

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That's Nikola Pekovic? He

That's Nikola Pekovic? He makes poor Pek look like little JJ Barea.

And if Pek is actually 7'0, than Igor is defeinatly taller than 7'8. He's huge.

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That guy was on a Nat Geo

That guy was on a Nat Geo special on different forms of Giantism. I think there are a couple 8 footers in the world right now, but he's close to being the world's tallest man.

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lol

lol

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In recent years, of course,

In recent years, of course, the game has changed. It’s now all about the versatile, quick players who can blow by opponents and fly down the lane for a dunk. There is more emphasis on three-point shooting and the mid-range game, with fewer and fewer coaches leaning on big men playing with their backs to the basket as a primary offensive set. Finesse seven-footers like Dirk Nowitzki and Andrea Bargnani are now more the norm, while the number of dominant low post centers in the modern NBA can almost be counted on two fingers: Dwight Howard and Andrew Bynum.

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