Tallest WNBA Players: Top 16 Current and All-Time 25 Tall Titans

In professional basketball, height can be a game-changer. The Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) is no exception. As WNBA players and fans know, towering above opponents can offer distinct advantages on the court. 

Many shorter athletes have defied the odds and shown that height is just one element of the game. Still, you cannot deny the significance of height.

In this article, we’ll take you to the heights of the WNBA, exploring the most towering figures who left indelible marks on their team and the league. We’ll unveil the 16 tallest WNBA players in the league right now and dive into the annals of WNBA history to celebrate the 20 tallest players of all time.

List of the Tallest WNBA Players Right Now

We looked at the active WNBA rosters to identify today’s tallest WNBA players. Here are the tallest WNBA players currently making their presence felt on the hardwood in the 2023 season.

1 Han Xu – 6’11”

Han Xu

Han Xu, standing at an impressive 6 feet 11 inches, hails from Shijiazhuang, China. Her towering presence in the paint prompted the New York Liberty to pick her up in round 2 of the 2019 WNBA Draft. 

She is still with the Liberty as a role player and was the team leader in field goal percentage (49.3%) and three-point percentage (44.2%) in 2022. Xu’s ability to score from multiple levels makes her a matchup nightmare for opposing defenses. 

With her size, she can easily overpower smaller defenders in the post. Yet, she also possesses a smooth shooting stroke that allows her to step out and drain three-pointers. 

2 Bernadett Hatar – 6’10”

Hungarian sensation Bernadett Hatar brings her 6 feet 10 inches of height to the Connecticut Sun. She came into the league with the Indiana Fever in 2021, but an injury ended her season after just seven games. She’s also played in the EuroLeague Women and the Hungarian national team.

While injuries have slowed her WNBA career thus far, Hatar’s potential is undeniable. With her massive frame and sturdy build, she is a formidable presence in the paint, capable of altering shots and controlling the boards.

On the offensive end, she has a soft touch around the basket and can score with either hand. If Hatar can stay healthy, she could become a valuable contributor and defensive anchor for the Sun.

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3 Brittney Griner – 6’9″

A household name in women’s basketball, Brittney Griner stands tall at 6 feet 9 inches. The two-time Olympic gold medalist and 2014 WNBA Champion is a two-time WNBA Defensive Player of the Year. She has been a force since her college days at Baylor and continues to dominate as a critical player for the Phoenix Mercury.

Griner’s combination of size, athleticism, and skill make her one of the most dominant players in WNBA history. On the defensive end, she is a shot-blocking machine, regularly swatting away opponents’ attempts at the rim. 

Offensively, Griner has expanded her game, developing a reliable mid-range jumper to complement her low-post scoring prowess. Her ability to impact the game on both ends of the floor is unmatched, making her a cornerstone of the Mercury franchise.

4 Kalani Brown – 6’7″

Standing 6 feet 7 inches, Kalani Brown plays center for the Dallas Wings. The former Baylor standout has been making strides in her professional career, and after being signed to the Wings on a hardship contract, has played solid in the 2023 season to help the Wings earn a WNBA playoffs berth.

Brown’s size and strength make her a force on the interior. She excels at establishing deep post position and finishing with powerful moves around the basket. Brown is an excellent rebounder, using her length and physicality to clear the glass on both ends of the court.

 While still developing her overall game, Brown’s presence alone makes her a valuable asset for the Wings, particularly in a conference as competitive as the Western Conference.

5 Teaira McCowan – 6’7″

Teaira McCowan, at 6 feet 7 inches, is a talented center known for her incredible shot-blocking ability and rebounding prowess. She was the third overall selection in the 2019 WNBA Draft, has been a dominant presence for the Indiana Fever, and is a rising star in the league.

McCowan’s defensive impact is undeniable. Her combination of size, length, and timing makes her a formidable shot-blocker, capable of protecting the rim and altering countless shots. 

On the offensive end, McCowan is a force on the interior, scoring with an array of post moves and put-backs. As she continues to refine her offensive game, McCowan has the potential to become one of the league’s elite centers, a nightmare matchup for opposing teams.

6 Mercedes Russell – 6’6″

Since being drafted 22nd overall in 2018 by New York, Mercedes Russell, a 6-foot-6 center, made her way to the Seattle Storm and has significantly contributed to the team’s success. She is a two-time WNBA Champion, and her size and versatility in the post make her a fun player to watch.

Russell’s defensive prowess is her calling card. She uses her length and mobility to effectively guard multiple positions, making her a valuable asset in Seattle’s defensive schemes. 

Offensively, Russell is a reliable scorer in the paint, with a soft touch around the basket and the ability to finish through contact. Her championship pedigree and willingness to do the little things make her a valuable piece for any team.

7 Awak Kuier – 6’6″

Awak Kuier

Awak Kuier, standing tall at 6 feet 6 inches, comes to the WNBA from Finland. She was the second overall selection in the 2021 WNBA Draft and has added depth to the Dallas Wings’ frontcourt. She is also the 8th woman to record a WNBA dunk in a game.

Kuier’s combination of size, length, and athleticism make her a tantalizing prospect. Her ability to run the floor and finish above the rim is a rare trait for a player her size. 

Defensively, Kuier has the potential to be a force, using her wingspan to disrupt passing lanes and protect the rim. While still raw offensively, Kuier’s upside is immense, and as she continues to develop her skills, she could become a matchup nightmare for opposing teams.

8 Jonquel Jones – 6’6″

Jonquel Jones, at 6 feet 6 inches, is a formidable presence on both ends of the court. Since being drafted number 6 overall in the 2016 WNBA Draft, she’s racked up impressive accolades, including Most Valuable Player (2021), Most Improved Player (2017), and Sixth Woman of the Year (2018) honors.

Jones’ versatility is her greatest asset. She can play multiple positions, from power forward to center, and can score from anywhere on the court. Jones is a skilled post player with an array of moves, but she’s also a capable three-point shooter, stretching the floor for her teammates. 

Defensively, Jones uses her length and timing to protect the rim and rebound at a high level. Her ability to impact the game in multiple ways makes her one of the most complete players in the league.

9 Azurá Stevens – 6’6″

Azurá Stevens, standing at 6 feet 6 inches, won a WNBA Championship with the Chicago Sky in 2021. She was drafted 6th overall in the 2018 WNBA Draft and was named to the 2018 WNBA All-Rookie Team. She now plays for the Los Angeles Sparks and averages over 10 points and five rebounds per game.

Stevens’ versatility and skill set make her a valuable asset for any team. At 6’6″, she has the size to play in the post, but she also possesses the athleticism and shooting ability to play on the perimeter. Stevens is an efficient scorer, capable of knocking down mid-range jumpers and three-pointers, while also being a threat in the paint. Her defensive prowess and rebounding ability round out her game

10 Aliyah Boston – 6’5″

Aliyah Boston, a rising star at 6 feet 5 inches, is a versatile forward already dominating in her young WNBA career. Drafted with the number 1 pick in the 2023 WNBA Draft, she’s now averaging over 14 points and eight rebounds in her rookie season and was named a starter for her first WNBA All-Star Game. 

She was among the top 10 for most double-doubles in her rookie season. Despite being one of the youngest players in the league, Boston has shown a maturity and poise beyond her years. 

Her combination of size, skill, and basketball IQ allows her to impact the game in myriad ways. In the post, she uses her strength and footwork to establish deep position and finish with either hand. 

11 Dorka Juhász – 6’5″

Dorka Juhász, at 6 feet 5 inches, hails from Hungary and has been a solid addition to the Minnesota Lynx since being drafted 16th in 2023. Her veteran demeanor and skillset have allowed her to get quickly adjusted to WNBA play.

Juhász may not overwhelm with athleticism, but she makes up for it with a high basketball IQ and fundamentally sound game. She has a nice shooting touch out to the three-point line, which forces defenses to respect her range. 

In the post, Juhász utilizes skilled footwork and counter moves to get good position and score efficiently. She’s also a tenacious rebounder who boxes out well and pursues the ball. 

12 Shakira Austin – 6’5″

 Shakira Austin

Shakira Austin, a 6-foot-5 forward, averages roughly 10 points and seven rebounds for the Washington Mystics. She was selected by the Mystics with the third overall pick in the 2022 WNBA Draft and earned WNBA All-Rookie Team honors in her first season.

Austin’s calling cards are her power and motor. She plays with a physicality and tenacity that belies her young age. In the paint, Austin is a load to handle, using her strength to carve out position and finish through contact. 

She also runs the floor hard and is an excellent offensive rebounder, crashing the glass for putback opportunities. Defensively, Austin has the tools to be an elite defender and rim protector with her combination of size and athleticism. 

13 Elena Delle Donne – 6’5″

Two-time WNBA MVP and six-time All-Star Elena Delle Donne stands at 6 feet 5 inches and is one of the best players in the league’s history. Today, she’s a cornerstone for the Washington Mystics, contributing to their championship success.

Delle Donne’s offensive brilliance is unquestioned. She has one of the purest shooting strokes in WNBA history and can score from anywhere on the floor. Her ability to knock down three-pointers forces defenses to respect her range, opening up driving lanes. 

But Delle Donne is also a skilled post scorer, using footwork and touch to get buckets with her back to the basket. Her versatility makes her nearly unguardable. Delle Donne’s defense and rebounding have also improved significantly since entering the league, rounding out her game.

Elena Delle Donne is a walking bucket. She can hit threes, score in the post, and is clutch in big moments. An all-time great.” – Candace Parker, WNBA Champion

14 Olivia Nelson-Ododa – 6’5″

Olivia Nelson-Ododa, a 6-foot-5 center, is making her presence known with the New York Liberty. Her shot-blocking and rebounding prowess are assets to the team.

While still developing her offensive game, Nelson-Ododa’s defensive impact is undeniable. She is a premier shot blocker, using her towering 6’5″ frame and excellent timing to swat away attempts at the rim. 

Nelson-Ododa is also an elite rebounder, utilizing her length and physicality to control the glass. As she gains more experience, her offensive arsenal should expand to compliment her strong defensive skill set.

15 Stefanie Dolson – 6’5″

Stefanie Dolson, at 6 feet 5 inches, started her WNBA career in 2022 with the Los Angeles Sparks. She’s now with the Connecticut Sun, averaging over 4 points and three rebounds per game.

A veteran presence, Dolson brings a high basketball IQ and fundamentally sound game to the Sun. She has soft touch around the basket and can knock down mid-range jumpers. 

Dolson is also an underrated passer out of the high post, making the extra pass to open teammates. While not an explosive athlete, she uses her strength and positioning to be an effective rebounder on both ends. Dolson’s experience and willingness to do the little things make her a valuable role player.

16 Nyara Sabally – 6’5″

 Nyara Sabally

Nyara Sabally, standing at 6 feet 5 inches, became a part of the talented New York Liberty when she was selected fifth overall in the 2022 WNBA Draft.mStill just scratching the surface of her immense potential, Sabally flashes tantalizing glimpses of her talent. 

She has excellent footwork and touch in the post area to complement her size. Sabally can also put the ball on the floor and attack the rim off the dribble. 

Her length allows her to be a factor defensively with blocked shots and rebounding. As she gets more WNBA experience under her belt, Sabally’s versatile skill set should allow her to blossom into a force.

All-Time 20 Tallest WNBA Players

We can’t forget the previous trailblazers who made WNBA history with their towering presence. Here are the all-time tallest WNBA players since league play started in 1997.

1 Malgorzata (Margo) Dydek – 7’2″

Played For: Utah Starzz/San Antonio Silver Stars, Connecticut Sun, Los Angeles Sparks
Number of Seasons Played: 12

Malgorzata Dydek, who went by the name of Margo, was a true giant of the game. The Polish center played for the Utah Starzz, San Antonio Silver Stars, Connecticut Sun, and Los Angeles Sparks during her 12-year WNBA career. 

Standing at 7 feet 2 inches, she remains the tallest player in WNBA history. Margo’s impact extended beyond her height; she was a shot-blocking phenom and a beloved figure in the league until her passing in 2011.

Some of Margo’s key accomplishments:

  • WNBA All-Star (2007)
  • 2x WNBA Defensive Player of the Year (2008, 1998)
  • WNBA All-Defensive First Team (2005, 2004, 1998)
  • All-Time WNBA Leader in Blocks (877)

Margo dominated the paint with her towering size and timing, deterring opponents from even attempting shots near the basket. Her impact on the defensive end was immense.

2 Han Xu – 6’11”

Played For: New York Liberty
Number of Seasons Played: 2 (still active)

We’ve already mentioned Han Xu in our list of current players, but she also finds her place among the all-time tallest. Han Xu has incredible potential to be a great scorer, utilizing her size in the paint and as a skilled three-point shooter.

3 Bernadett Hatar – 6’10”

Bernadett Hatar

Played For: Indiana Fever, Connecticut Sun Number of Seasons Played: 1 (still active)

Also already mentioned as one of the league’s current tallest players, Bernadett Hatar, also known as Betti, spent a short time with the Indiana Fever before signing with the Connecticut Sun. Injuries have challenged her WNBA career, but she has the potential to be a reliable backup in the league.

4 Brittney Griner – 6’9″

Played For: Phoenix Mercury (still active)
Number of Seasons Played: 9

Brittney Griner, a dominant force in the WNBA, has been a cornerstone for the Phoenix Mercury since she was the overall 1st pick in the 2013 WNBA Draft. Her shot-blocking and scoring abilities have allowed her to dominate on both the defensive and offensive ends of the floor.

Griner’s defensive prowess is highlighted by her status as a two-time WNBA Defensive Player of the Year (2014, 2015). She twice led the league in blocks per game and ranks 3rd all-time in total blocks. 

Offensively, Griner’s blend of size, athleticism and deft shooting touch makes her nearly unguardable. She is one of just 11 players to score over 3,000 career points while shooting over 55% from the field.

Some key Griner achievements:

  • 8x WNBA All-Star
  • WNBA Champion (2014)
  • WNBA Finals MVP (2014)
  • WNBA Scoring Champion (2017, 2019)

5 Liz Cambage – 6’9″

Played For: Tulsa Shock, Dallas Wings, Las Vegas Aces, Los Angeles Sparks
Number of Seasons Played: 6

Four-time WNBA All-Star Liz Cambage, originally from Australia, played for multiple WNBA teams, including the Tulsa Shock, Dallas Wings, Las Vegas Aces, and Los Angeles Sparks in her six-season career. 

She shares the WNBA single-game scoring record with A’ja Wilson after scoring 53 points in a 2018 game against the New York Liberty. Cambage was an elite offensive force whenever she stepped on the floor. At 6’9″, she had the size and skill to overpower opponents in the post. 

But she also possessed a deft shooting touch, allowing her to stretch the floor. Cambage is one of just four players to average over 15 points and 6 rebounds while shooting over 50% for her career.

Her achievements include:

  • 4x WNBA All-Star
  • WNBA All-Star Game MVP (2018)
  • Held WNBA single-game scoring record (53 points)

6 Zheng Haixia – 6’8″

Played For: Los Angeles Sparks
Number of Seasons Played: 2

Zheng Haixia, a former Chinese national team star, played for the Los Angeles Sparks in the league’s first two seasons. She averaged 8.9 points and 4.4 rebounds per game, thanks to her height and skills in the post. In 2021, she was inducted into the FIBA Hall of Fame.

While her WNBA career was brief, Haixia was a pioneer for Chinese women’s basketball. She helped pave the way for future Chinese players to make the transition to the WNBA. Haixia’s impact was felt globally as she led China to Olympic success, capturing a silver medal in 1992.

7 Maria Stepanova – 6’8″

Maria Stepanova

Played For: Phoenix Mercury Number of Seasons Played: 7

Maria Stepanova, a Russian basketball professional and Olympian, played her entire WNBA career for the Phoenix Mercury, starting in 1998. Nicknamed the “Russian Rejector,” she was intimidating on the court.

Stepanova was a premier shot-blocker and defensive anchor for the Mercury. She ranks 6th all-time in total blocks with 484 despite playing just 7 seasons. 

Stepanova used her 6’8″ frame and great timing to protect the rim at an elite level. While not a prolific scorer, her defense and rebounding made her an invaluable part of the Mercury roster for years.

8 Lindsay Taylor – 6’8″

Played For: Phoenix Mercury, Washington Mystics Number of Seasons Played: 3

Standing at 6 feet 8 inches, Lindsay Taylor played for the Phoenix Mercury for a couple of seasons before joining the Washington Mystics for part of the 2008 season. 

She remains the all-time leader in scoring, blocks, and field goal percentage at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Taylor was a defensive force during her short WNBA tenure. 

Her length and shot-blocking prowess made her an imposing figure in the paint. While she didn’t put up huge offensive numbers, Taylor contributed by crashing the boards and providing a physical interior presence.

9 Olga Firsova – 6’8″

Played For: New York Liberty Number of Seasons Played: 1

Olga Firsova, another Russian presence in the WNBA, played nine games for the New York Liberty after being selected as the 13th overall pick in the 2000 WNBA Draft. Much like her country women Stepanova, Firsova made her mark with her defense and rebounding. 

She averaged an impressive 4.9 rebounds per game in just 9 games played in her lone WNBA season. Firsova’s size alone made her a consideration for WNBA teams looking to bolster their frontcourt depth.

10 Razija Brcaninovic – 6’8″

Played For: Detroit Shock
Number of Seasons Played: 1

Razija Brcaninovic, from Serbia and standing at 6 feet 8 inches, played 30 games for the Detroit Shock in 1998 after being drafted in the 2nd Round of that year’s WNBA Draft.

Brcaninovic provided an imposing defensive presence for the Shock during her short WNBA stint. She averaged 2.1 blocks per game, demonstrating her ability to protect the rim and deter opponents from attacking the paint. Though her WNBA career was brief, Brcaninovic left her mark as a premier shot-blocker.

11 Katie Mattera – 6’8″

Played For: San Antonio Silver Stars, Detroit Shock, Atlanta Dream, Chicago Sky Number of Seasons Played: 6

At 6 feet 8 inches, Katie Mattera played for multiple teams over her 6-season career. She came into the league after being the number 8 overall pick in the 2005 WNBA Draft and earned WNBA All-Rookie Team honors. 

She was the tallest woman to ever play in the Big South Conference as a center at Liberty University, where she earned the Conference Player of the Year award three times. Mattera was a strong interior presence during her WNBA days. 

She used her height and frame to be a factor on the glass, averaging nearly 5 rebounds per game for her career. While not a prolific scorer, Mattera’s ability to protect the rim, rebound, and provide toughness made her a valuable role player.

12 Kalani Brown – 6’7″

Kalani Brown

Played For: Los Angeles Sparks, Atlanta Dream, Dallas Wings Number of Seasons Played: 3

Kalani Brown, whom we’ve already mentioned among the tallest current WNBA players, is also on the all-time tallest list. She came into the league in 2019 after being drafted as the overall 7th pick by the Los Angeles Sparks.

Brown has already begun to make her mark as an elite rebounder and interior scorer. She was top 10 in the league in total rebounding in 2022 and shoots an efficient 53% from the field for her young career so far. Brown’s size, strength and soft shooting touch around the basket make her a handful for opposing defenses.

13 Teaira McCowan – 6’7″

Played For: Indiana Fever, Dallas Wings
Number of Seasons Played: 4

Teaira McCowan entered the league in 2019 after an impressive college career at Mississippi State, where she was the inaugural winner of the Naismith Defensive Player of the Year Award. She was named to the WNBA All-Rookie Team in her first professional season.

McCowan has solidified herself as an elite interior defender and rebounder at the pro level. She led the WNBA in total rebounds in 2022 while ranking 2nd in blocks per game.

 McCowan uses her 6’7″ frame and outstanding timing to deter shots and clear the defensive glass. Offensively, she has soft hands and touch around the basket to complement her defensive impact.

Some key McCowan stats:

  • 2022 WNBA Rebounding Leader (9.8 rpg)
  • 4th in WNBA history for single-season rebounding rate
  • Ranks 8th among active players in career blocks per game

14 Kara Wolters – 6’7″

Played For: Houston Comets, Indiana Fever, Sacramento Monarchs Number of Seasons Played: 5

Kara Wolters, a former UConn star, entered the WNBA after playing a season in the now-defunct ABL. She was drafted in the 3rd round of the 1999 WNBA Draft by the Houston Comets, with which she won a WNBA Championship. 

She joined the Indiana Fever in the 2000 Expansion Draft before finishing her career with the Sacramento Monarchs. Wolters was a skilled post scorer who used her height and deft shooting touch to her advantage. 

She averaged double-figure points in four of her five WNBA seasons. Wolters also crashed the glass effectively, pulling down over 5 rebounds per game for her career. Her ability to score with consistency made her a valuable offensive threat.

15 Imani McGee-Stafford – 6’7″

Played For: Chicago Sky, Atlanta Dream, Dallas Wings
Number of Seasons Played: 5

Imani McGee-Stafford, at 6 feet 7 inches, was drafted with the 10th overall pick in the 2016 WNBA Draft by the Chicago Sky. She helped her team earn a postseason bid that first season and was named to the WNBA All-Rookie Team. 

She then went on to have stents with the Atlanta Dream and Dallas Wings. McGee-Stafford established herself as a quality reserve big who could provide interior defense and rebounding off the bench. 

Her length made her a factor as a shot-blocker, swatting over 1 block per game for her career. McGee-Stafford was also a productive rebounder, using her size and strength to hold her position on the glass.

16 Jennifer Hamson – 6’7″

 Jennifer Hamson

Played For: Los Angeles Sparks, Indiana Fever Number of Seasons Played: 2

Jennifer Hamson, who excelled at basketball and volleyball at Brigham Young University, began her WNBA career with the Los Angeles Sparks in 2015. While drafted in 2014, she waited a year before signing to play volleyball in the U.S. Collegiate National Volleyball Team camp.

Though her WNBA tenure was brief, Hamson provided a defensive spark when she was on the floor. In limited minutes, she blocked shots at an elite rate thanks to her 6’7″ height and athleticism. Hamson was also a tireless rebounder during her time with the Sparks and Fever. Her unique two-sport background gave her excellent mobility for a player her size.

17 Alison Bales – 6’7″

Played For: Indiana Fever, Atlanta Dream
Number of Seasons Played: 5

Alison Bales, at 6 feet 7 inches, was drafted with the overall 9th pick in the 2007 WNBA Draft by the Indiana Fever. She spent a season and a half with Indiana before being traded to the Atlanta Dream.

Bales carved out a role as a physical interior presence during her WNBA days. She battled on the glass, clearing space and pursuing rebounds relentlessly. 

Bales averaged nearly 5 rebounds per game over her 5-year career. While not a prolific scorer, she provided valuable minutes by playing solid post defense and doing the dirty work on the boards.

18 Gillian Goring – 6’7″

Played For: Washington Mystics Number of Seasons Played: 1

Gillian Goring, standing tall at 6 feet 7 inches, played 21 games in a single season for the Washington Mystics after being drafted in the 2007 WNBA Draft.

In her short stint in the WNBA, Goring displayed her capability as an imposing low-post defender. She blocked shots at a high rate, swatting away over 1 block per game despite limited minutes. Goring’s height alone made her a factor in deterring opponents from attacking the paint during that 2007 season.

19 Zane Tamane – 6’7″

Played For: Washington Mystics, Phoenix Mercury
Number of Seasons Played: 2

Zane Tamane, originally from Latvia, brought her height and international experience to the WNBA for two seasons, first with the Washington Mystics and then with the Phoenix Mercury. She was drafted as the overall 35th pick in the 2006 WNBA Draft.

Tamane provided quality frontcourt depth and interior defense for both franchises she played for. Her 6’7″ frame clogged the paint and made it difficult for opponents to score inside. 

Tamane also crashed the boards hard, using her size and strength to corral rebounds in traffic. Though her WNBA career was brief, she made an impact with her physical brand of play.

20 Li Yueru – 6’7″

Li Yueru

Played For: Chicago Sky Number of Seasons Played: 1

Li Yueru, hailing from China, was drafted in 2019 by the Atlanta Dream but didn’t play until 2022 after joining the Chicago Sky. She tallied 16 games in the 2022 season for the Sky, averaging 5.1 minutes per game.

While Li’s professional stats were modest, her presence at 6’7″ alone gave the Sky some added size and physicality in the frontcourt when she was on the floor. 

She displayed flashes of potential as a rebounder and rim protector by using her towering height to her advantage on both ends. As she gains more experience, Li could carve out a role as a reliable reserve big.

Other Tallest WNBA Players

Throughout WNBA history, more than 20 WNBA players stood 6’6″, including Sylvia Fowles, Carolyn Moos, Mercedes Russell, Awak Kuier, Jonquel Jones, and Kara Braxton. These towering figures provided a dominant interior presence for their respective teams.

FAQ About Tallest WNBA Players

Who is the tallest player ever in the WNBA?

The tallest player in the history of the WNBA is Margo Dydek, who stood at a staggering 7 feet 2 inches. She played center for several WNBA teams over a dominating 12-year career and is the all-time leader in blocks with 877.

What is the average height of a WNBA player?

The average height of a WNBA player is 6 feet 0.7 inches. This is based on 2023 active roster data provided by the WNBA. Being taller than average provides a significant advantage in the paint and on the glass.

Who is the current tallest player in the WNBA?

The tallest active player in the WNBA right now is Han Xu at 6 feet 11 inches tall. The towering Chinese center plays for the New York Liberty and is a rim-protecting force with her incredible length.

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