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Yao Ming makes LeBron look like a child

Shaq & Yao Ming's First Matchup Against Each Other


LeBron James looks like a giant if you put him beside a normal human being. At 6'8" and somewhere around 250 pounds of solid muscle, he's just a dominating physical presence. He's even physically imposing in comparison to other NBA players when he takes the floor for the Cleveland Cavaliers.

However, we've finally figured out how to make LeBron look like a little boy: put him beside Yao Ming.

Former Houston Rockets center Ming was taking part in Nike's Rise 2.0 tour in China when he brought out LeBron as a treat for the fans and kids present. Standing next to Yao, LeBron looked like one of the children in attendance:



At 7'6" tall, Yao has a natural ability of making other people who are giants compared to most others look tiny. Here he is next to J.J. Watt:



And here's Yao Ming making 7'1" Shaq look like a two-guard:

LeBron shouldn't feel too badly about himself because this is kind of what Yao Ming does in his post-NBA career. One man is seven-and-a-half feet tall, and almost everyone else in the world is not. I have a feeling that when the 2015-16 NBA season begins and LeBron is back on the floor he won't look quite as tiny as he does standing next to Yao.

H/T to Reddit

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