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He still has half-a-foot on the Globetrotter legend Too Tall Hall (5ft 2ins) and NBA superstar Earl Boykins (5ft 5ins) - but he is still in a demographic of his own in the industry.
2005 -- Earl Boykins breaks the NBA record for points in an overtime, scoring 15 of Denver's 21 points in the extra period as the Nuggets beat the Seattle SuperSonics 116-110.
Milwaukee guard Earl Boykins is a mere 5ft 5ins, the shortest player in the league by a full four inches, with only 5ft 3in Muggsy Bogues having played in the league at a lower altitude.
But when I put the theory to Earl Boykins he just shakes his head and smiles: 'No way, man.
When though will we forget about Earl Boykins being only 5ft 5ins and just think of him as another superb player?
Cal coach Ben Braun had talked with the 5-foot-9 Diggs the night before the game about doing more on defense, pointing out as an example 5-5 Earl Boykins, a player Braun coached at Eastern Michigan who is now playing for the Golden State Warriors.
To the top women's top senior player 5-6 or under, chosen by WBCA Winners: (L to R): Earl Boykins, - male winner.
Robinson is also taller than 5-foot-5 Earl Boykins of Washington, the shortest player currently in the NBA and at 133 pounds the lightest ever.
Rivers called Rondo unlike any other small, quick point guard he has seen because he's a playmaker while others such as Allen Iverson, Tiny Archibald, Isiah Thomas, Earl Boykins and Spud Webb were known more for scoring.
Earl Boykins, who added 15 points for Charlotte, got the Bobcats within six midway through the second quarter.
CUTLINE: Charlotte's Earl Boykins (11) tries to drive against Boston's Leon Powe, right, during the first half.
Earl Boykins scored 32 points and the Bucks snapped a seven-game losing streak, but the game was more significant because of the big names that didn't appear on the score sheet and what it might mean to the draft order.