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Old 01-26-2013, 12:39 AM   #4
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Default Re: Extremely precise player scaling chart based on basketball perspective/diameter

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Originally Posted by Scoooter
Earl Clark was 6'8.5" coming out of college, and Dwight's way more than half an inch taller than him. He's even slouching in that Team USA picture. I'd say he's at least 6'10".
Shoulder height has a LOT to do with perception of height, much more so that height to the top point of ones head. Dwight has really high shoulders, which may be why he looks so much taller than Earl Clark.
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