The lowest scoring game in NBA history was a 19-18 contest won by Fort Wayne Pistons over the Minneapolis Lakers. The game was played on Nov. 22, 1950, before the inception of the 24-second clock, which was introduced for the 1954-55 season to increase the pace of the game.
The shortest player in NBA history to dunk a basketball in a game is former guard Spud Webb. Boasting a 42-inch vertical jump, the 5-foot-7-inch Webb played for the Atlanta Hawks, Sacramento Kings, Minnesota Timberwolves and Orlando Magic from 1985 to 1998.
The height that a basketball hoop is from the ground varies depending on the ages of the players, but a standard basketball hoop is 10 feet tall. Only professional and collegiate players would play with a hoop at this height.