Most Likely To Have The Biggest Feet: Basketball Players, which is something I discovered while doing research for this article. We're going to list off the best players in NBA history who also happen to have the largest feet in NBA history. Note: you might be thinking, "the taller the player, the bigger the feet," but that's not necessarily true, so we've taken shoe size AND height in consideration.
11. Lebron James: size 15
College: Straight to the NBA. The exception, not the rule.
10. Carmelo Anthony: size 15
College: Syracuse University
9. Dwyane Wade: size 15
College: Marquette University
8. Russell Westbrook: size 15
College: University of California, Los Angeles
7. Blake Griffin: size 17
College: University of Oklahoma
6. Larry Bird: size 17
College: Indiana State University
This isn't what Larry looks like now, because he's 59, but this feels like an accurate photo of him in his prime.
5. Yao Ming: size 18
College: Shanghai Jiao Tong University (we don't SKICKS for this team yet.)
4. DeAndre Jordan: size 18
College: Texas A&M University
Basketballs have the power to magically float in the presence of DeAndre.
3. Kevin Durant: size 18
College: University of Texas at Austin
Celebrating with James Harden.
2. Brook and Robin Lopez: size 20
College: Stanford University
For first place we have a tie between Shaq (you saw that one coming from a mile away) and Bob Lanier.
1. Shaquille O'Neal: size 22
College: Louisiana State University
And here are the legendary feet wearing a pair of SKICKS:
1. Bob Lanier: size 22
College: St. Bonaventure University
"Did you purposefully pick the most ridiculous photos of these guys?" Yes.
Anyone above 6'0 with a shoe size under 15 didn't impress us much, but here are some the guys that didn't quite make the list.
Chris Bosh: size 14.5 (6’11)
Magic Johnson: size 14 (6’9)
Stephen Curry: size 13.5 (6’3)
Michael Jordan: size 13 and 13.5 (the left is bigger than the right!) (6’6)
Chris Paul: size 12.5 (6’0)
Paul George: size 12 (6’9)
Isaiah Thomas: size 12 (6’1)
And the smallest feet in NBA history....
Earl Boykins: size 9.5
Though we should cut him a break, because he's 5'5, which is shorter than my grandma and most of the girls who I live with. Here is a beautiful picture of Earl standing next to Yao: