What Is the Highest Vertical Leap in NBA History?

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The highest vertical leap in NBA history was done by Shannon Brown. He jumped 44.5 feet. Second and third were Jason Richardson and Deshawn Stevenson who both jumped 44 feet. That is pretty high!
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Micheal Jordan 48 inches.
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David Thompson (Denver Nuggets) had a 48" Vertical. He was Dr J's competitor in the first ever slam dunk contest (in the ABA). Here is a picture of him nearly jumping OVER a
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The all-time highest vertical leap in NBA was Spud Webb, with 46 inches, think of it! He is only 5"7'.
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