2014 Nike Hoop Summit: International Measurements

2014 Nike Hoop Summit: International Measurements
Apr 08, 2014, 12:06 am
The official measurements distributed in Portland at the Nike Hoop Summit can be found below and in our extensive historical database.

Jamal Murray
Weight: 196 lbs.
Height (w/ shoes): 6'4.5"
Wingspan: 6'8"
Standing Reach: 8'4.5”
Hand Width: 10.5”
Hand Length: 8.5”

Emmanuel Mudiay
Weight: 196 lbs.
Height (w/ shoes): 6'5"
Wingspan: 6'8.5"
Standing Reach: 8'4”
Hand Width: 8.75”
Hand Length: 8.5”

-Jamal Murray and Emmanuel Mudiay both possess excellent size for players that can run the point. Among point guards taken in the first round of the NBA draft that appear in our measurements database, both players would rank among the top-6 tallest on record. Though they don't neccessarily share many similarities in terms of style of play, Mudiay is just marginally smaller and lighter than former Portland star Brandon Roy who measured 6'6.25" in shoes with a 6'8" wingspan at 207 pounds.

Damien Inglis
Weight: 240 lbs.
Height (w/shoes): 6'8.5"
Wingspan: 7'3"
Standing Reach: 8'11.5”
Hand Width: 10”
Hand Length: 9.75”

-Inglis looks like a grown man at first glance, and the 18 year old Frenchman lives up to that impression on paper. No small forward in our database that weighs 240 pounds or more has a wingspan on par with Inglis's. His closest match physically may be LeBron James, who stood 6'8 in shoes and weighed 245 pounds with a 7'0.25" wingspan before the 2003 draft. Inglis's wingspan is the same as that of Rudy Gay and Kawhi Leonard. The young small forward is a unique physical specimen.

Karl Towns
Weight: 248 lbs.
Height (w/ shoes): 7'0"
Wingspan: 7'3.5"
Standing Reach: 9'5”
Hand Width: 10.75”
Hand Length: 9.6”

-Towns has a one of the top-15 standing reaches in the history of our database. As it stands, he is already bigger than Pistons big man Greg Monroe was coming out of Georgetown. Monroe measured 6'11 in shoes with a 7'2.25" wingspan and 247 pounds.

Clint Capela
Weight: 222 lbs.
Height (w/ shoes): 6'11"
Wingspan: 7'4.5"
Standing Reach: 9'2.5”
Hand Width: 10”
Hand Length: 9.6”

-Capela is about the same size as Anthony Davis, who measured 6'10.5" in shoes with a 7'5.5" wingspan at 222 pounds. Its no wonder he ranks among the most prolific shot blockers in France.

Trey Lyles
Weight: 250 lbs.
Height (w/shoes): 6'10"
Wingspan: 7'3.5"
Standing Reach: 8'11.5”
Hand Width: 10.25”
Hand Length: 9”

-Lyles's measurements are similar to those of countryman Andrew Nicholson who measured 6'9.5" in shoes with a 7'4" wingspan at 234 pounds in 2012. Lyles's combination of length and strength are unique for a player his age.

Gao Shang
Weight: 220 lbs.
Height (w/ shoes): 6'7"
Wingspan: 6'7"
Standing Reach: 8'6.5”
Hand Width: 9.5”
Hand Length: 8.2”

-Shang has a mature frame for a player his age. Unlike some of the skinnier big men who have come out of the FIBA Asia region in the last decade, Shang's 220 pound frame is above the NBA average for small forwards that have been drafted.

James Birsen
Weight: 223 lbs.
Height (w/ shoes): 6'10"
Wingspan: 6'10"
Standing Reach: 8'9”
Hand Width: 10”
Hand Length: 8.75”

-James Birsen has great size for a small forward. He may lack great length, but at 6'10 he's taller than many NBA centers in our database.

Nikola Jokic
Weight: 253 lbs.
Height (w/ shoes): 6'11"
Wingspan: 7'3"
Standing Reach: 9'3”
Hand Width: 8.75”
Hand Length: 8.75”

-Nikola Jokic has good height and length for a big man and a frame that looks like it has the potential to carry significantly more muscle in time.

Brandone Francis
Weight: 208 lbs.
Height (w/shoes): 6'4.5"
Wingspan: 6'7"
Standing Reach: 8'6”
Hand Width: 9.25”
Hand Length: 9.5”

-Francis doesn't stand out in any one measurement historically, but has a ready-made college frame that should help him contribute as Florida when his skill set allows him to see the floor for Billy Donovan's program.

Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk
Weight: 191 lbs.
Height (w/shoes): 6'6"
Wingspan: 6'6"
Standing Reach: N/A
Hand Width: 8.75”
Hand Length: 8”

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