JJ Watt is a 6-foot-5, 295-pound superstar defensive end for the Houston Texans. Yao Ming was a studly Houston Rockets center for several years until his unbelievably massive body simply gave out on him.
But just because he doesn’t play in the NBA anymore doesn’t mean Ming has shrunk back down to average height. The dude stands in at an 7-foot-6 — and remains one of the few people that could actually make the All-Pro Watt look like a pre-schooler.
If the comparison to JJ Watt wasn’t enough, here’s current Houston Rockets’ player Chandler Parsons. Parsons stands in at 6-foot-10 and Ming makes him look like a 5th grader.
Photo courtesy of Chandler Parsons Facebook.
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