New Jersey-born Bynum played for the Los Angeles Lakers for most of his career, which lasted a little less than a decade. He was first drafted by them in 2005 when he was just 18 years old, which made him the youngest NBA player ever.
Bynum most recently played for the Indiana Pacers, but he only had the chance to play two games with them. In 2014, he had to retire due to knee problems.
Michael Jasper – 6’4″, 375 lbs
Michael Jasper is big even in football player standards. But at 375 lbs, he has seen even heavier times. At his heaviest, Jasper weighed 450 pounds. That was during his college career, but when the Buffalo Bills drafted him, he worked hard on losing weight with his coach.
As a player, Jasper could never stick with one team for too long, which resulted in him playing for five teams in four years. In 2016, after a few years off the field, Jasper came back to football, this time as a coach. He currently coaches the football team of his alma mater at Bethel University.
Hasheem Thabeet – 7’3″ 263 lbs
Born in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, in 1987, Hasheem Thabeet has been playing basketball since he was 15 years old, playing pickup games in his homeland. He began showing professional interest only in college when he joined the Connecticut Huskies.
The 7 ‘3" Tanzanian basketball player Hasheem Thabeet was drafted in 2009 by the Memphis Grizzlies. The 33-year-old recently came back to the NBA after a year with the Yokohama B-Corsairs in the Japanese B. League.
Kellen Heard – 6’6″ 339 lbs
Kellen Heard was born in 1985 in Texas and started his football career as a college student at Texas A&M. He didn't graduate there, however, as he moved to play at the University of Texas in his last year there.
It seems, however, that despite his incredible Heard's career hasn't been stable as he signed with four different teams and quit or was waived off them all in the span of four years.
Marc Gasol – 7’1″, 265 lbs
Marc Gasol is the younger brother of Pau Gasol, who is also featured on this list. Marc is the taller of the two, although by just a smidge. He currently plays for the Toronto Raptors, who probably enjoy every inch of his 7'1".
Gasol is highly decorated in his field. The title of NBA Defensive Player of the Year and his two Olympic silver medals (one from 2008 Beijing and one from 2012 London) are just a few of his great achievements.