NBA draft measurables

ESPN.com acquired the official heights and weight measurements from the 2009 NBA draft combine on Friday. Every year, NBA teams analyze this information closely to get a feel for how tall, or short, draft prospects actually are. And every year, there are a few winners and losers in the process.

Big Winners

• A lot of people questioned the height of Oklahoma's Blake Griffin during the season. At the draft combine, Griffin's measurements were a mixed bag. He checked in at 6-foot-8½ inches in bare feet and measured a legit 6-10 in shoes. That part was fine. But his wingspan came in at just 6-11 and he ended with a standing reach of 8-9. That's just one inch longer than the reach registered by Tyreke Evans and an inch and a half shorter than DeJuan Blair's.