NBA's unique body structure

Giannis Antetokounmpo has the longest Achilles tendon in NBA history, measuring an astonishing 34.3 centimeters. The average person's Achilles tendon is typically around 17 centimeters. 

Additionally, Chris Bosh has the longest neck in NBA history, measuring 19 centimeters, which adds to his height advantage on the court. 

Kawhi Leonard has incredibly thick thighs, rivaling the thickest among current players. 

Finally, Wilt Chamberlain is known for his huge hands, as he can grip a basketball with just two fingers. 

Manute Bol, the tallest NBA player at 7'7'', also has long legs and arms. 

Lastly, Charles Barkley is known for his wide shoulders, taking up space equivalent to two players.