What height should I be able to dunk at?

How hard is it to dunk at 5 11?

A 5-foot-6 guy probably doesn’t have much of a shot with a 10-foot rim unless he’s Spud Webb. At the same time, an average-sized guy–say, 5-11–won’t have a chance without at least a little athletic ability. Dunking isn’t for everybody, but many men at least have a chance at pulling it off.

How tall do you have to be to dunk 10 feet?

Am I Tall Enough To Dunk?

Required vertical jump with 10 feet rim height (includes 6 inches of extra reach for comfortable dunking)
Height Standing Reach Required vertical jump
5 feet 6 inches 7’9” 33 inches
7’10” 32 inches
7’11” 31 inches

Is it easier to dunk off one foot?

If you’re relatively short, then you have your work cut out for you. Developing a one-handed dunk requires less vertical ability than a two-handed dunk, and, for most players, jumping off of one foot from a running start makes it easier to jump high enough to dunk.

Is a 30 inch vertical good?

A good high school athlete will have a vertical jump of 24 to 28 inches. A very good jump would be in the 28- to 32-inch range. An athlete with an excellent vertical jump would rise 32 to 36 inches. Anything above 36 inches would put a high school athlete at the top of his class.

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Can Steve Nash dunk?

Steve Nash, Los Angeles Lakers

Not being able to dunk hasn‘t hindered Steve Nash at all during a 17-year NBA career. … There is footage of Nash “dunking” on a practice court while in college at Santa Clara, which got morphed into this clever NBA commercial, but it’s truly a weak attempt.