Have you seen Paul Surgess? It's hard to miss the Harlem Globetrotter who, even in photos, looks gargantuan standing at seven-foot-eight and weighs 325 pounds.
But have you seen the video of Sturgess, nicknamed Tiny, who was named the World's Tallest Professional Basketball Player by Guinness World Records, dunk while standing still?
The Harlem Globetrotters posted a video on Thursday of Sturgess and an amazing dunk where he barely lifts his heels, snugly fit into a size 20 shoe, to place the ball in the basket.
The video is part of the Harlem Globetrotters' Annual College Slam Dunk Content to be held on March 29, where fans can choose their favorite Globetrotter Dunker.
According to the Globetrotter Facebook page, Sturgess was in fourth place as of Monday.
Sturgess grew up in Loughborough, England playing soccer and golf before joining a basketball team when he was 14-years-old, and only five-foot-six. Sturgess then went on to play at West Virginia's Mountain State University, because he liked the gloomy weather, according to The Post Game.
Sturgess, whose father is six-foot-eight and his mother is five-foot-five, was recognized as the World's Tallest Professional Basketball Player by Guinness in November, 2011, exceeding the height of Yao Ming.
Paul Tiny Sturgess made his debut with the Harlem Globetrotters on Feb. 18 and plans to be a physiotherapist after his basketball career, according to Caribbean Life News.
It definitely helps, especially with rebounding and blocking, Sturgess said of his height to DNA Info. I've got long legs, so I can run up and down the court really well.
View the slideshow to see photos of Paul Tiny Sturgess and the video below of his amazing dunk.