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All Current 6’4″ NBA Players (2023-2024)

There are currently 46 players in the NBA that are 6’4″ tall (approximately 1.93m).

The total number of players in the NBA is currently 537 (including G League Two Way Players). This means that approximately 8.57% of all NBA players right now are 6 feet 4 inches tall.

The list of NBA players who are 6’4″, includes guards (e.g. Bradley Beal, Jamal Murray), combo guard/forwards (e.g. Luguentz Dort, Josh Hart ), and even a couple of undersized “centers” (e.g. David Roddy, Terry Taylor).

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List of All Current 6’4″ NBA Players (2023-2024)

Below is a complete list of players this season that are 6’4″ tall.

It includes G League Two Way Players, as well as players that were waived . (i.e. 57 total players this season; 46 are still on a team)

The players are listed in alphabetical order (by last name). Scroll down for photos of each player.

All 6’4″ NBA Players (click to expand)

For separate lists of guards / forwards / centers, as well as by Eastern / Western Conferences, scroll down.

Grayson Allen NBA Player Phoenix Suns
Grayson Allen
Bradley Beal NBA Player Phoenix Suns
Bradley Beal
James Bouknight NBA Player n/a
James Bouknight
Malaki Branham NBA Player San Antonio Spurs
Malaki Branham
Bruce Brown NBA Player Toronto Raptors
Bruce Brown
Josh Christopher NBA Player n/a
Josh Christopher
Jaylen Clark NBA Player Minnesota Timberwolves
Jaylen Clark
Johnny Davis NBA Player Washington Wizards
Johnny Davis
Donte DiVincenzo NBA Player New York Knicks
Donte DiVincenzo
Luguentz Dort NBA Player Oklahoma City Thunder
Luguentz Dort
Anthony Edwards NBA Player Minnesota Timberwolves
Anthony Edwards
Trent Forrest NBA Player Atlanta Hawks
Trent Forrest
AJ Green NBA Player Milwaukee Bucks
AJ Green
Jalen Green NBA Player Houston Rockets
Jalen Green
Gary Harris NBA Player Orlando Magic
Gary Harris
Josh Hart NBA Player New York Knicks
Josh Hart
Buddy Hield NBA Player Philadelphia 76ers
Buddy Hield
Jrue Holiday NBA Player Boston Celtics
Jrue Holiday
Talen Horton-Tucker NBA Player Utah Jazz
Talen Horton-Tucker
Jaden Ivey NBA Player Detroit Pistons
Jaden Ivey
Seth Lundy NBA Player Atlanta Hawks
Seth Lundy
Theo Maledon NBA Player n/a
Theo Maledon
Jamal Murray NBA Player Denver Nuggets
Jamal Murray
Frank Ntilikina NBA Player n/a
Frank Ntilikina
Josh Okogie NBA Player Phoenix Suns
Josh Okogie
Jordan Poole NBA Player Washington Wizards
Jordan Poole
Norman Powell NBA Player Los Angeles Clippers
Norman Powell
Joshua Primo NBA Player Los Angeles Clippers
Joshua Primo
Lester Quinones NBA Player Golden State Warriors
Lester Quinones
David Roddy NBA Player Phoenix Suns
David Roddy
Landry Shamet NBA Player Washington Wizards
Landry Shamet
Jaden Springer NBA Player Boston Celtics
Jaden Springer
David Duke Jr. NBA Player San Antonio Spurs
David Duke Jr.
Mason Jones NBA Player Sacramento Kings
Mason Jones
Jae'Sean Tate NBA Player Houston Rockets
Jae'Sean Tate

Top 5 Current 6’4″ NBA Players

Here are my picks of the five best 6’4″ players in the NBA right now (in alphabetical order by last name). Scroll down for description of each player:

  • Bradley Beal
  • Anthony Edwards
  • Jrue Holiday
  • Jamal Murray
  • Russell Westbrook

Don’t agree? Let me know in the comments at the bottom of the post.

Bradley Beal, Phoenix Suns

Bradley Beal is one of the best scoring guards in recent NBA history.

His ability to handle the ball, create his own shot, and score from inside or out, made him one of the top players in the league (before his recent injury problems).

Beal is currently in his 12th NBA season (2012-present), and second team (Washington Wizards, Phoenix Suns).

He has averaged over 20 points per game (ppg) in seven straight seasons, including two seasons of over 30ppg.

Some of Beal’s other NBA achievements include: 3x All-Star, 1x All-NBA Third Team, All-Rookie First Team.

The main knocks against Beal has been his injury issues (has not played more than 60 games in each of previous 4 seasons); and his lack of team/playoff success.

Beal is currently part of the “big 3” for Phoenix, which includes superstars Kevin Durant and Devin Booker. If they can all stay healthy, then they will have a great chance to make a deep run in the playoffs.

šŸ‘¶ Interesting: As a teen, Beal used to babysit current NBA superstar Jayson Tatum when they were both living in St. Louis.

Anthony Edwards, Minnesota Timberwolves

Anthony Edwards, a.k.a “Ant“, is one of the best young players in the NBA, and is often touted as the league’s “next superstar”.

The exciting guard/forward can score from anywhere on the court, and has explosive athleticism unmatched by most players in the NBA.

Edwards is in his 4th NBA season (2020-present), and has improved every year of his career. Over the past three seasons, his scoring has gone from 19ppg –> 21ppg –> 24 ppg. He is currently averaging around 26ppg, 5rpg, and 5apg.

Some of Edward’s NBA achievements include: 2x All-Star, All-Rookie First Team.

Edwards is still only 22 years old, and seems destined for superstardom. We should be seeing much more of Ant over the next decade or so.

šŸŽ¬ Edwards starred as the antagonist is the great 2022 basketball movie: Hustle

Jrue Holiday, Boston Celtics

Jrue Holiday is possibly the best defensive guard in the league, and one of the most underrated players of the past decade.

Many elite NBA players mention Holiday as the toughest guard defender to go against. (e.g. Paul George, Steph Curry, Damian Lillard).

Despite being mainly known for defense, Jrue is also a skilled offensive player. He has excellent handles, is a great passer, reliable outside shooter, and can finish at the rim with either hand.

Jrue is currently in his 15th NBA season, and 4th team (Philadelphia, New Orleans, Milwaukee, Boston). He has averaged double digit scoring in 14 straight seasons, and over 1 steal per game in every year of his career.

Some of his other NBA achievements include: NBA champ (2021), 2x All-Star, 5x All-Defensive Team (3x First, 2x Second), Sportsmanship Award (2021), 3x Teammate of the Year.

Jrue also won an Olympic gold medal with Team USA at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Jrue is currently on an elite Boston Celtics team (featuring Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown, Porzingis), and will be looking to compete for his second NBA championship over the next couple seasons.

Jamal Murray, Denver Nuggets

Jamal Murray is an elite offensive player, and one of the best players never to make an All-Star team (yet). He is best known for his outside shooting ability, and creative finishes around the rim.

The 26 year old Canadian is in his 7th NBA season, all with the Denver Nuggets.

Murray has averaged double digit scoring in all but his rookie season. He has averaged over 20 ppg over the previous two seasons.

Some of his NBA achievements include: NBA champion (2023), NBA All-Rookie Second Team (2017).

Murray is entering his prime, and should continue to be one of the league’s best guards for the foreseeable future. He is also the second most important player on the champion Denver Nuggets (behind Nikola Jokic), and will be looking to add more rings over the next few seasons.

Russell Westbrook, LA Clippers

Russell Westbrook is a former MVP, and one of the best NBA players ever. He is easily the most decorated 6’4″ NBA player currently in the league.

He is also one of the most athletic guards of all-time, and known for his ferocious, high speed attacking style. Despite his intense style of play, Westbrook has also been super durable (only played less than 60 games twice in past 15 seasons).

Westbrook is best known for averaging a “triple-double” (i.e. double digit points, rebounds, and assists) for an entire season. Hall-of-Famer Oscar Robertson is the only other player in NBA history to achieve this feat (once). Westbrook has done it four times (2016-2019, 2020-2021)!

Westbrook is currently in his 16th NBA season, and 5th team (OKC Thunder, Houston Rockets, Washington Wizards, LA Lakers, LA Clippers).

Some of his other NBA accomplishments include: MVP (2017), 9x All-NBA Team (2x First, 5x Second, 2x Third), 9x All-Star, 2x All-Star Game MVP, 2x Scoring Champ, 3x Assists leader, All-Rookie First Team, and member of the 75th Anniversary Team.

Westbrook also won an Olympic gold medal with Team USA at the 2012 London Olympics.

Russ is currently 35 years old, and nearing the tail end of his career. The only thing missing from his list of accomplishments is an NBA championship. He will look to win one over the next couple seasons with the super stacked LA Clippers team (featuring other all-time greats Kawhi Leonard, Paul George, and James Harden)

Other Notable 6’4″ NBA Players

Some other notable, or young & upcoming NBA players that are 6 feet 4 inches tall, include: Derrick White, Norman Powell, Jordan Poole, Buddy Hield, Jalen Green, Markelle Fultz, and Malcolm Brogdon.

Best 6’4″ NBA Players of ALL TIME

Payton and Kidd are two of the best 6’4 NBA players of all time

There have been plenty of great 6 foot 4 players in NBA history. Below are ten of the best 6’4″ NBA players of ALL TIME (not including current players):

If we were including current players, Russell Westbrook would definitely be on the list.

Jason Kidd19952013
Gary Payton19912007
Dwyane Wade20042019
Ricky Pierce19831998
Cliff Hagan19571970
Dennis Johnson19771990
Walt Frazier19681980
Sam Jones19581969
Paul Westphal19731984
Sidney Moncrief19801991
Also, shoutout to Gilbert Arenas, the only 6’4 player with a rule named after him!

Current 6’4″ Players by Position

Below are some more lists of current 6’4 NBA players by position (PG, SG, SF, PF, C).

Many players play multiple positions, so they will be in more than one list.

6’4″ Guards in the NBA

Westbrook and Fultz are the only players currently listed as “pure” point guards (i.e. not combo PG/SG).

Point guards (PG)

There are currently 43 shooting guards that are 6’4″ tall:

Shooting guards (SG)

6’4″ Forwards in the NBA

There are no pure small forwards that are 6’4.

Small forwards (SF)

There are 9 power forwards that are 6’4″ tall:

Power forwards (PF)

6’4″ Centers in the NBA

There are only two 6’4 centers in the NBA (David Roddy, and Terry Taylor).

Centers (C)
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Current 6’4 Players by Conference

Below are lists of current 6’4″ NBA players by conference (Eastern and Western).

6’4″ NBA Players in the East

There are 22 players in the Eastern Conference that are 6’4″ tall.

Eastern Conference

6’4″ NBA Players in the West

There are 24 players in the Western Conference that are 6’4″ tall.

Western Conference


Is 6 4 a good height for the NBA?

Yes, 6’4 is considered a decent height for guards in the NBA. It is a bit shorter than the average height, which is around 6’6″.

Approximately 8.57% of all current NBA players are 6’4, which is also a fairly high percentage considering all the possible heights.

Nearly every current 6’4 NBA player is listed as a guard (i.e. PG or SG). Only two players are not listed with a guard position (Terry Taylor, Ron Harper Jr.)

How tall are small forwards in the NBA?

Small forwards in the NBA range in heights from 6’2″ (approx. 1.88m) to 7’0″ (2.13m).

Gary Payton II and Nick Smith Jr. are the shortest SFs (6’2″); Lauri Markkanen and Santi Aldama are the tallest SFs (7’0″).

The average height of current NBA small forwards is about 6’5 – 6’6 (approx. 1.96-1.99m).

What is the average weight for a 6 4 NBA player?

The average weight for all current 6’4″ NBA players is about 208 lbs (approx. 94kg).

Which NBA players are 6’5 tall? (and other heights)

Check out these posts for list of NBA players of other heights (6’5″, 6’6″, etc):


Who is your favorite current 6’4″ NBA player?

What about your favorite 6’4″ player of all time?

Which current players on this list do you think will be the best in the upcoming years?

Let me know in the comments below!


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Larry Lee

Larry Lee

Larry is a basketball addict, and the founder of Hoop Dojo. He started Hoop Dojo to share his love of the game and help the next generation reach their full potential.