Sunday, February 28, 2010

Paul Sturgess’ Balls on Your Chin

Author: Stretch

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At 7’7″, Paul Sturgess is college basketball’s tallest player. Actually, Sturgess is the tallest basketball player in the United States period (Yao Ming is a mere 7’6″). The crazy thing is that Sturgess is actually 7’8″ and still growing. The Brit is still 5 inches shorter than Sultan Kosen, who is currently the tallest man in the world at 8’1″.

He can dunk without jumping. He barely fits into a car. If you were standing next to him his nuts would be in your face. It will be interesting whether Paul can manage his height and make a career in the NBA.

Right now he’s focused on improving his skills at Mountain State University. Only time will tell if Paul will become a multi-millionaire or just be the tallest guy in the history of accounts receivable.

4 Responses to “Paul Sturgess’ Balls on Your Chin”

  1. Shake n' Bake says:

    great post! that kid is crazy tall! lol being able to dunk without jumping is a joke!!!

  2. MMAman says:

    kids gonna develope scoliosis if he sits in a car too long…. when it rains it poors

  3. eggs says:

    the next kenny george!! if you dont remember, he was the 7′ 9″ player for UNC Asheville a few years ago, but got a bad case of MRSA and had to have part of his foot amputated, ultimately ending his career

  4. Issac Maez says:

    You move differently, sit differently and even speak differently

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