Okay I'll try this again... Earl Boykins at 5'5" and 133 pounds is the lightest NBA player ever, imagine playing against people twice your size and weight! The Skills are off the hook! Yes size isn't everything if you work hard you too could be a professional basketball player. Just lace up your sneakers and train train train. Okay it may not be that easy, but is should be an inspiration to young athletes who want to succeed even though they are playing a tall mans game. I used to play pickup against a midget and no one wanted to guard him, his crossover was like an flies' wings twitching, you were afraid to hack him and when he scored a layup on you, you just wanted to die.
Isaiah Thomas, Mugsy Bogues, Spud Webb and Earl Boykins proved that heart is more important then size. Way to hoop it up little man! Maybe these guys have a chance!