Małgorzata Dydek (known as Margo Dydek in the United States, 28 April 1974 – 27 May 2011) was a Polish professional basketball player. Standing 7 ft 2 in (2.18 m) tall, she was famous for being the tallest professional female basketball player in the world.
Who is the tallest girl in the WNBA right now?
The tallest female basketball player in the WNBA, Malgorzata Dydek was a Russian professional female basketball player. In the United States, she played for the Los Angeles Sparks of the WNBA.
1. Malgorzata Dydek – Height: 7’2”
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Who is the shortest WNBA player currently?
WNBA Tallest and Shortest Players
- Tallest: Mercedes Russell (6 feet, 6 inches – no change)
- Shortest: Jordin Canada (5 feet, 6 inches – no change)
- Tallest: Elena Delle Donne, Theresa Plaisance (6 feet, 5 inches – no change)
- Shortest: Leilani Mitchell (5 feet, 5 inches – no change)
What killed Margo Dydek?
How many 7 footers are in the NBA?
With official heights listed, there are 11 players that stand in at 7-foot-1 and four players that are listed as taller than 7-foot-1! Take a look at the tallest players in the NBA entering the 2019-20 season.
How short is the shortest girl in the WNBA?
At 5-foot-5, she would match Washington’s Leilani Mitchell as the shortest player in the WNBA this season.
4. Small In Stature, Big In Game.
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How short is the shortest woman in the WNBA?
Her relentless defense earned her the nickname “The Pest.” At 5′ 2.5″, she was the shortest player in the WNBA, just half an inch shorter than Los Angeles Sparks point guard Shannon Bobbitt and just edging out Temeka Johnson. She is a half inch shorter than the shortest NBA player in history, Muggsy Bogues.