List of oldest and youngest National Basketball Association players

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This is a list of oldest and youngest National Basketball Association players. The National Basketball Association (NBA) is a men's professional basketball league in North America. The NBA was founded in 1946 as the Basketball Association of America (BAA).[1] The league adopted its current name at the start of the 1949–50 season when it merged with the National Basketball League (NBL).[2]

The oldest person ever to play in the NBA was Nat Hickey, a coach who activated himself as a player for a game two days before his 46th birthday. The youngest player ever to play in the NBA was Andrew Bynum, who played his first game six days after his 18th birthday. The oldest active player is Los Angeles Lakers guard Steve Nash, who is 40 years old. The youngest active player in the NBA is Milwaukee Bucks guard/forward Giannis Antetokounmpo, the 15th pick in the 2013 NBA Draft, who is 19 years old.

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PosGFC
PositionGuardForwardCenter

Oldest players[edit]

Robert Parish is the third-oldest NBA player.

The oldest player ever to play in the NBA was Nat Hickey who played one game in the 1947–48 season when he was 45 years and 363 days old.[3] Hickey, who was coaching the Providence Steamrollers at the time, decided to activate himself and played in a game for the Steamrollers. In his first and only game as a player for the Steamrollers, he missed all six of his shot attempts and only scored two points from three free throw attempts.[4] The second oldest player is Kevin Willis. Willis, who had played 20 seasons (excluding the 1988–89 season he missed due to injury) in the league before he sat out the 2005–06 season, earned a contract with the Dallas Mavericks on April 2, 2007.[5] He then played 5 games for the Mavericks at the age of 44.[4] The third oldest player is Hall of Famer Robert Parish. Parish, who starred with the Boston Celtics in the 1980s, played his last season with the Chicago Bulls at the age of 43.[6] He played in 1,611 regular season games during his 21-year career, more than any other player in NBA history.[4] When the Bulls won the 1997 Finals, Parish became the oldest player ever to win the NBA championship. There are 22 players who played in the NBA after they turned 40.

The oldest active player is Steve Nash. Nash played his first game in 1996 at the age of 22 and is currently in his 18th season. There are currently 14 players who were born in 1977 or earlier who are still active and under contract with an NBA team for the 2013–14 season.

All-time[edit]

*Denotes player who has been inducted to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
^Denotes player who is still active in the NBA
PlayerPosBirth dateLast gameAgeTeam(s) played (years)Draft (pick)Ref.
Hickey, NatNat HickeyG/FJanuary 30, 1902January 28, 194845 years, 363 daysProvidence Steamrollers (1948)Undrafted[7]
Willis, KevinKevin WillisF/CSeptember 6, 1962April 18, 200744 years, 224 days1984 (11th)[8]
Parish, RobertRobert Parish*CAugust 30, 1953May 11, 199743 years, 254 days1976 (8th)[9]
Mutombo, DikembeDikembe MutomboCJune 25, 1966April 21, 200942 years, 300 days1991 (4th)[10]
Abdul-Jabbar, KareemKareem Abdul-Jabbar*CApril 16, 1947April 22, 198942 years, 6 days1969 (1st)[11]
Cousy, BobBob Cousy*GAugust 9, 1928January 6, 197041 years, 150 days1950 (3rd)[12][13]
Williams, HerbHerb WilliamsC/FFebruary 16, 1958June 25, 199941 years, 129 days1981 (14th)[14]
Stockton, JohnJohn Stockton*GMarch 26, 1962April 30, 200341 years, 35 daysUtah Jazz (19842003)1984 (16th)[15]
Jones, CharlesCharles JonesF/CApril 3, 1957May 3, 199841 years, 30 days1979 (165th)[16]
Malone, KarlKarl Malone*FJuly 24, 1963June 13, 200440 years, 325 days1985 (13th)[17]
Mahorn, RickRick MahornC/FSeptember 21, 1958May 23, 199940 years, 244 days1980 (35th)[18]
Long, JohnJohn LongG/FAugust 28, 1956April 20, 199740 years, 235 days1978 (29th)[19]
Hill, GrantGrant HillFOctober 5, 1972May 3, 201340 years, 210 days1994 (3rd)[20]
Edwards, JamesJames EdwardsC/FNovember 22, 1955May 27, 199640 years, 187 days1977 (46th)[21]
Thomas, KurtKurt ThomasFOctober 4, 1972March 18, 201340 years, 165 days1995 (10th)[22]
Robinson, CliffCliff RobinsonF/CDecember 16, 1966May 12, 200740 years, 147 days1989 (36th)[23]
Oakley, CharlesCharles OakleyF/CDecember 18, 1963April 2, 200440 years, 106 days1985 (9th)[24]
Howard, JuwanJuwan HowardFFebruary 7, 1973April 17, 201340 years, 69 days1994 (5th)[25]
Jordan, MichaelMichael Jordan*G/FFebruary 17, 1963April 16, 200340 years, 58 days1984 (3rd)[26]
Kidd, JasonJason KiddGMarch 23, 1973May 18, 201340 years, 56 days1994 (2nd)[27]
Nash, SteveSteve Nash^GFebruary 7, 1974Currently active40 years, 22 days1996 (15th)[28]
Schayes, DannyDanny SchayesC/FMay 10, 1959May 13, 199940 years, 3 days1981 (13th)[29]

Active[edit]

PlayerPosBirth dateAgeTeam(s) played (years)Draft (pick)Ref.
Nash, SteveSteve NashGFebruary 7, 197440 years, 22 days1996 (15th)[28]
Fisher, DerekDerek FisherGAugust 9, 197439 years, 204 days1996 (24th)[30]
Allen, RayRay AllenGJuly 20, 197538 years, 224 days1996 (5th)[31]
Miller, AndreAndre MillerGMarch 19, 197637 years, 347 days1999 (8th)[32]
Duncan, TimTim DuncanF/CApril 25, 197637 years, 310 daysSan Antonio Spurs (1997–present)1997 (1st)[33]
Garnett, KevinKevin GarnettFMay 19, 197637 years, 286 days1995 (5th)[34]
Billups, ChaunceyChauncey BillupsGSeptember 25, 197637 years, 157 days1997 (3rd)[35]
Carter, VinceVince CarterG/FJanuary 26, 197737 years, 34 days1998 (5th)[36]
Prigioni, PabloPablo PrigioniGMay 17, 197736 years, 288 daysNew York Knicks (2012–present)Undrafted[37]
Ginóbili, ManuManu GinóbiliF/GJuly 28, 197736 years, 216 daysSan Antonio Spurs (2002–present)1999 (57th)[38]
Mohammed, NazrNazr MohammedCSeptember 5, 197736 years, 177 days1998 (29th)[39]
Terry, JasonJason TerryGSeptember 15, 197736 years, 167 days1999 (10th)[40]
Pierce, PaulPaul PierceFOctober 13, 197736 years, 139 days1998 (10th)[41]
Martin, KenyonKenyon MartinFDecember 30, 197736 years, 61 days2000 (1st)[42]

The following players are still active during the 2013–14 season but are currently free agents.

PlayerPosBirth dateAgeTeam(s) played (years)Draft (pick)Ref.
James, MikeMike JamesGJune 23, 197538 years, 251 daysUndrafted[43]
Jamison, AntawnAntawn JamisonFJune 12, 197637 years, 262 days1998 (4th)[44]

Youngest players[edit]

Andrew Bynum is the youngest player ever to play in the NBA.

NBA players usually come from U.S. college basketball. In the past, a college player had to complete his four-year college eligibility before he could enter the league through the NBA Draft or as a free agent. In the 1970s, the league began to allow college underclassmen and high school players to enter the league. However, the trend of drafting high school players only began in the mid 1990s. This has led to more younger players entering the league directly after high school graduation. In 2005, the league and the players' union agreed on a new collective bargaining agreement that includes a minimum age limit which requires that players who wish to enter the league must be at least 19 years old, as of December 31 of the year of the draft, and at least one year removed from high school. International players who did not play college basketball also have to be at least 19 years old as of the same date to be able to play in the NBA.[45] Despite a trend toward drafting younger players, the NBA has a higher average age than it had in the 1980s.[46] However, since the NBA introduced the minimum age limit in 2005, the league's average age has decreased in the past few seasons.[47]

The youngest player ever to play in the NBA was Andrew Bynum who played his first game at the age of 18 years and 6 days old.[48] Bynum, who was also the youngest player ever selected in the NBA Draft, went into the NBA straight out of high school.[49] Jermaine O'Neal and Kobe Bryant, both drafted in 1996, were the second and third youngest players. Serbian Darko Miličić was the youngest player ever to play in an NBA Final game.[50] He played for the Detroit Pistons in the Game 3 of the 2004 Finals at the age of 18 years and 356 days old. The Pistons won the 2004 Finals and Miličić became the youngest player ever to win the NBA championship. There are 24 players who played in the NBA before they turned 19. 19 of them came to the league straight out of high school, while 5 of them are international players who never played basketball in the U.S. high schools or colleges before they entered the NBA.

The youngest active player in the NBA is Giannis Antetokounmpo. Antetokounmpo, the 15th pick in the 2013 NBA Draft, is among three active players who were born in 1994. There are currently 18 active players who were born in 1993 or later.

All-time[edit]

^Denotes player who is still active in the NBA
PlayerPosBirth dateFirst gameAgeTeam(s) played (years)Draft (pick)Ref.
Bynum, AndrewAndrew Bynum^COctober 27, 1987November 2, 200518 years, 6 days2005 (10th)[51]
O'Neal, JermaineJermaine O'Neal^F/COctober 13, 1978December 5, 199618 years, 53 days1996 (17th)[52]
Bryant, KobeKobe Bryant^GAugust 23, 1978November 3, 199618 years, 72 daysLos Angeles Lakers (1996–present)1996 (13th)[53]
Miličić, DarkoDarko MiličićF/CJune 20, 1985October 31, 200318 years, 133 days2003 (2nd)[54]
Brown, StanStan BrownFJune 27, 1929November 13, 194718 years, 139 daysPhiladelphia Warriors (1947–1948, 1951–1952)Undrafted[55][56]
Willoughby, BillBill WilloughbyF/CMay 20, 1957October 23, 197518 years, 156 days1975 (19th)[57]
McGrady, TracyTracy McGradyFMay 24, 1979October 31, 199718 years, 160 days1997 (9th)[58]
Korolev, YaroslavYaroslav KorolevFMay 7, 1987November 4, 200518 years, 181 daysLos Angeles Clippers (20052007)2005 (12th)[59]
Biedriņš, AndrisAndris Biedriņš^CApril 2, 1986November 5, 200418 years, 217 days2004 (11th)[60]
Miles, C. J.C. J. Miles^GMarch 18, 1987November 14, 200518 years, 241 days2005 (34th)[61]
Johnson, AmirAmir Johnson^FMay 1, 1987January 24, 200618 years, 268 days2005 (56th)[62]
Dawkins, DarrylDarryl DawkinsCJanuary 11, 1957October 27, 197518 years, 289 days1975 (5th)[63]
Graboski, JoeJoe GraboskiF/CJanuary 15, 1930November 6, 194818 years, 296 daysUndrafted[64][65]
James, LeBronLeBron James^FDecember 30, 1984October 29, 200318 years, 303 days2003 (1st)[66]
Bender, JonathanJonathan BenderFJanuary 30, 1981December 10, 199918 years, 314 days1999 (5th)[67]
Antetokounmpo, GiannisGiannis Antetokounmpo^G/FDecember 16, 1994October 30, 201318 years, 318 daysMilwaukee Bucks (2013–present)2013 (15th)[68]
Curry, EddyEddy CurryCDecember 5, 1982October 31, 200118 years, 330 days2001 (4th)[69]
Howard, DwightDwight Howard^C/FDecember 8, 1985November 3, 200418 years, 331 days2004 (1st)[70]
Browne, JimJim BrowneCJanuary 1, 1930November 30, 194818 years, 334 daysUndrafted[71][72]
Smith, JoshJosh Smith^FDecember 5, 1985November 3, 200418 years, 334 days2004 (17th)[73]
Webster, MartellMartell Webster^G/FDecember 4, 1986November 4, 200518 years, 335 days2005 (6th)[74]
Swift, RobertRobert SwiftCDecember 3, 1985November 3, 200418 years, 336 daysSeattle SuperSonics / Oklahoma City Thunder (20042009)2004 (12th)[75]
Lampe, MaciejMaciej LampeFFebruary 5, 1985January 23, 200418 years, 352 days2003 (30th)[76]
Harrington, AlAl Harrington^FFebruary 17, 1980February 5, 199918 years, 353 days1998 (25th)[77]

Active[edit]

PlayerPosBirth dateAgeTeam(s) played (years)Draft (pick)Ref.
Antetokounmpo, GiannisGiannis AntetokounmpoG/FDecember 16, 199419 years, 75 daysMilwaukee Bucks (2013–present)2013 (15th)[68]
Goodwin, ArchieArchie GoodwinGAugust 17, 199419 years, 196 daysPhoenix Suns (2013–present)2013 (29th)[78]
Noel, NerlensNerlens NoelCApril 10, 199419 years, 325 daysPhiladelphia 76ers (2013–present)2013 (6th)[79]
Karasev, SergeySergey KarasevG/FOctober 26, 199320 years, 126 daysCleveland Cavaliers (2013–present)2013 (19th)[80]
Kidd-Gilchrist, MichaelMichael Kidd-GilchristFSeptember 26, 199320 years, 156 daysCharlotte Bobcats (2012–present)2012 (2nd)[81]
Schröder, DennisDennis SchröderGSeptember 15, 199320 years, 167 daysAtlanta Hawks (2013–present)2013 (17th)[82]
Drummond, AndreAndre DrummondCAugust 10, 199320 years, 203 daysDetroit Pistons (2012–present)2012 (9th)[83]
Adams, StevenSteven AdamsCJuly 28, 199320 years, 216 daysOklahoma City Thunder (2013–present)2013 (12th)[84]
Beal, BradleyBradley BealGJune 28, 199320 years, 246 daysWashington Wizards (2012–present)2012 (3rd)[85]
Len, AlexAlex LenCJune 16, 199320 years, 258 daysPhoenix Suns (2013–present)2013 (5th)[86]
Porter, OttoOtto PorterFJune 3, 199320 years, 271 daysWashington Wizards (2013–present)2013 (3rd)[87]
Harkless, MauriceMaurice HarklessG/FMay 11, 199320 years, 294 daysOrlando Magic (2012–present)2012 (15th)[88]
Wroten, TonyTony WrotenGApril 13, 199320 years, 322 days2012 (25th)[89]
Bennett, AnthonyAnthony BennettFMarch 14, 199320 years, 352 daysCleveland Cavaliers (2013–present)2013 (1st)[90]
Davis, AnthonyAnthony DavisF/CMarch 11, 199320 years, 355 daysNew Orleans Hornets / Pelicans (2012–present)2012 (1st)[91]
Teague, MarquisMarquis TeagueGFebruary 28, 199321 years, 1 dayChicago Bulls (2012–present)2012 (29th)[92]
Caldwell-Pope, KentaviousKentavious Caldwell-PopeGFebruary 18, 199321 years, 11 daysDetroit Pistons (2013–present)2013 (8th)[93]
McLemore, BenBen McLemoreGFebruary 11, 199321 years, 18 daysSacramento Kings (2013–present)2013 (7th)[94]

See also[edit]

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