What was Michael Jordan’s official vertical leap?

  • 48 inches correct

    Jordan had a vertical leap of 48 inches, the highest ever recorded in NBA history. However, the Chicago Bulls shooting guard wasn’t the only professional player to reach such heights. Utah Jazz wingman Darrell Griffith, aka Dr. Dunkenstein, also owned a 48-inch vertical. Source: Bleacher Report

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