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sam harris swimmingThis page of feet has quite a few basketball players on it like 7'3" (2.209m) Sam Harris swimming at right.  You'll have to take my word for it that this is him since his head is totally blocked by his giant footsie.  Sam Harris (born 1984 in Launceston, Tasmania) is an Australian professional basketball player. Harris attended high school at Lake Ginninderra College in Canberra. Harris attended the AIS between 2002 and 2004 when he received a four year scholarship recipient at Old Dominion University. Upon graduating he returned home to Tasmania where he played for SEABL team NW Tasmania Thunder in 2008 and 2009.

He also played for the Singapore Slingers in 2008�09 during the International Challenge Series. He then signed with NBL team the Perth Wildcats where he played mostly as a back up player for the 2010 champions, though he did play in six games averaging 1 point, 1.2 rebounds and 0.3 blocks per game. Harris then signed with the Adelaide 36ers for the 2010�11 NBL season where he linked with Mark Radford, his development coach at the Wildcats. His continued good development, as well as an injury to team mate Mitch Creek, saw Harris activated from the 36ers training squad to full NBL status. His first 36ers game was at home in Adelaide against the New Zealand Breakers on 12 November 2010. He marked his first appearance for the 36ers with a slam dunk for his first points. In December 2010, Harris signed with the Bendigo Braves for the 2011 SEABL season. After starting the 2012 SEABL season with the Hobart Charges, they released him, allowing Harris to sign with the with NW Tasmania Thunder. He then re-signed with the Thunder for 2013

Also here is 7'4" superhunk Matt Slaninka who is very handsome, but this is just a photo of his feet.  He played for the University of Maryland. in college and graduated from Shepherd College in 2006.  After that he played in Germany, for the Northern PA Breakers and the Palmieri Jeans Destroyers.  What they are naming teams after jeans now? First it was naming stadiums after defunct websites.  

Since most of the guys on this page are seven feet tall (2.13m) you can see why so many guys play basketball like the Lopez brothers.  Robin Lopez (born 1988) is an American professional basketball player who currently plays for the Portland Trail Blazers of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He was selected as the 15th pick in the 2008 NBA Draft by the Phoenix Suns, was traded to the New Orleans Hornets in 2012 and was traded to Portland in 2013. He played college basketball for Stanford, and is the twin brother of current Brooklyn Nets player Brook Lopez. Brook (born 1988) is an American pro baller who currently plays for the Brooklyn Nets of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He is the twin brother of basketball player Robin Lopez, who plays for the Portland Trail Blazers. Lopez was selected 10th overall by the Nets in the 2008 NBA Draft, after playing two years for Stanford in the Pacific-10 Conference of the NCAA. In 2013, Lopez was selected to play in his first NBA All-Star Game.

There's also a couple of images of vandalized feet so let this be a lesson. Being a giant will not protect your feet from magic markers when you get drunk and pass out.

Australian Peter Iroga has the world's biggest feet according to Guinness, and they are still growing!  He was given special size 26 shoes.  He is the tallest man on the Solomon Islands and his feet are the size of two islands themselves. He's also the tallest student at the University of the South Pacific. Iroga is doing a double major in Management and Public Administration and Industrial Relations at USP and is in his second year. He comes from the Malaita Province in the Solomons. He is the youngest in a family of four and is glad to be in Fiji. His brother is also tall but falls short by a feet and three inches and is currently in Belgium. "I am the tallest and it can be very uncomfortable at times but I get to meet a lot of people and it is great and fun," he told the Fiji Times newspaper.
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