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Some of tallest women in the world play in the WNBA, but every team has its tallest and shortest players. We've compiled them into one place.

Tallest and Shortest Players on Each WNBA Team

Basketball doesn’t require height, but it sure does help. The W is home to some of the tallest women you’ll find, but on each WNBA squad, there is a tallest and shortest player.

Each of the 12 teams have a tallest and shortest, and we’ve compiled the list of who the giants and mites of each franchise are, like we did for all 30 NBA teams a few months ago. Now, with the WNBA season (hopefully) around the corner, it’s time to look at its versions.

These include the most recent additions to each team from the 2020 WNBA Draft earlier this month (as of April 28, 2020).

WNBA Eastern Conference Tallest and Shortest Players

Atlanta Dream

Tallest: Kalani Brown (6 feet, 7 inches)

Shortest: Chennedy Carter, Renee Montgomery (5 feet, 7 inches)

Chicago Sky

Tallest: Azurá Stevens (6 feet, 6 inches)

Shortest: Japreece Dean (5 feet, 7 inches)

Connecticut Sun

Tallest: Jonquel Jones (6 feet, 6 inches)

Shortest: Briann January, Juicy Landrum, Natisha Hiedeman (5 feet, 8 inches)

Indiana Fever

Tallest: Bernadett Hatar (6 feet, 10 inches)

Shortest: Jessica January, Erica Wheeler (5 feet, 7 inches)

New York Liberty

Tallest: Han Xu (6 feet, 9 inches)

Shortest: Layshia Clarendon, Tayler Hill (5 feet, 9 inches)

Washington Mystics

Tallest: Elena Delle Donne (6 feet, 5 inches)

Shortest: Leilani Mitchell (5 feet, 5 inches)

WNBA Western Conference Tallest and Shortest Players

Dallas Wings

Tallest: Astou Ndour (6 feet, 5 inches)

Shortest: Moriah Jefferson (5 feet, 6 inches)

Las Vegas Aces

Tallest: JiSu Park (6 feet, 5 inches)

Shortest: Lindsay Allen, Kelsey Plum (5 feet, 8 inches)

Los Angeles Sparks

Tallest: Marie Gülich (6 feet, 5 inches)

Shortest: Kristi Toliver, Riquna Williams (5 feet, 7 inches)

Minnesota Lynx

Tallest: Sylvia Fowles (6 feet, 6 inches)

Shortest: Crystal Dangerfield (5 feet, 5 inches)

Phoenix Mercury

Tallest: Brittney Griner (6 feet, 9 inches)

Shortest: Olivia Epoupa (5 feet, 5 inches)

Seattle Storm

Tallest: Mercedes Russell (6 feet, 6 inches)

Shortest: Jordin Canada (5 feet, 6 inches)

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