The top four "non-human" players in the NBA!
2023/11/08

1. Bol Bol: The late Bol Bol, standing at a staggering height of 7'7" (230cm), was the tallest player in NBA history. As a "non-human" player, Bol had no problem reaching the rim while standing and was a skilled shot blocker. During his rookie season, he averaged 5 blocks per game and set the record for the most blocks by a rookie in a single season with 397.

2. Giannis Antetokounmpo: Known as the "Greek Freak," Giannis Antetokounmpo is an active player who is famous for his extraordinary abilities. In a playoff game against the Raptors, he made a dunk without even leaving his feet, showcasing his incredible athleticism. Another mind-boggling move is his three-step layup from beyond the three-point line.

3. Shaquille O'Neal: At his peak, Shaquille O'Neal was an unstoppable force in the NBA, dominating opponents in the paint. He even had the power to shatter backboards. In his rookie season, he brought down ten baskets, resulting in the league replacing all the backboards. Throughout his career, he shattered a total of ten backboards.

4. Gerald Green: Known as the "NBA's highest leaper," Gerald Green's vertical jump reached an unbelievable 44 inches (111.76cm), surpassing even Vince Carter's leap. Some fans even believe that he is not human, but rather a monster.

These players have demonstrated incredible physical abilities that go beyond human capabilities, making them true anomalies in the world of basketball.

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