Zion Williamson Height

I was waking up at 5 A.M. when I was 9 working. I know that I'll only have to work harder if I want to make it to where I want to be. But I'm definitely not complaining.

What separates Zion Williamson from normal people? The same thing which separates Albert Einstein from the rest of the population.

Both Zion Williamson and Albert Einstein were gifted in profound but different ways. You can even say that they have won a type of genetics lottery -- though those two had enhanced it through hard work.

Zion Williamson's official height

Zion Williamson's official height used to be 6 feet 7 inches though now, NBA has lowered it to 6'6". NBA is finally learning that they cannot fool people anymore by adding an inch or two to their players' height. Those kinds of gimmicks is better suited in the pro-wrestling world.

I wasn't always tall. I was shorter so my stepdad had me at point guard so I learned those skills.

Zion was 5’9” at the start of 8th grade in school. He went up to 6’3” at the end of 9th grade, and by the time he had finished high school, he was 6’6” and had packed an extra 100 lb. under his belt, but instead of this extra weight slowing him down, he felt his speed and explosive power increase.

Btw, Zion's weight is 284 lb (129 kg).

The real height of Zion Williamson is

6 feet 6 in (198 cm)

Zion Williamson standing with Chris Hemsworth and Kevin Hart
Zion Williamson with Chris Hemsworth (6'3") and Kevin Hart (5'2½")

Zion Williamson is one of a kind of man, here are some of his quotes.

On showing the world who he is.

I just want to show the world my love, passion and my competitive spirit.

On Michael Jordan.

I've looked up to Michael Jordan because not only was he an assassin on offense, he was an assassin on defense.

On thanking the god.

I just thank God for giving me the body that I have.

Who he is.

I'm a cool dude.

Who he really is.

I'm just a hooper.

His favorite movie.

My favorite movie is 'Coach Carter' so I would definitely tell anyone who hasn't seen that to check that out.

Good times, bad times, and family.

You may go through a lot of good times, you may go through a lot of bad times, you just have to try to prepare yourself as best as you can, and for me, that's just sticking with my family.

On his mom.

My mom sacrificed a lot for me.

On his mom's teachings.

I remain patient because my mom taught me growing up to be grateful for everything.

His all-time favorite movie.

My all-time favorite movie is 'He Got Game.'

Being No. 1 to be picked.

It would be a huge honor, knowing that a team would take me No. 1. You can't dream this any better than that. Every kid dreams about being the No. 1 pick. If I have the honor, it would be a huge honor, something I can't even put into words.

Zion the first.

I just look to be myself. I'm not trying to be a nobody. I'm just trying to be the first Zion.

On his stepfather.

My stepfather is my mentor. He's also like a father to me. He taught me how to be a man, how to carry myself, and how to handle my business.

On his birthday.

My birthday, I don't really see it as a special day, to be honest. It's just another day for me.

On Coach Mike Krzyzewski.

Coach K, he's just the most legendary coach to coach college basketball. I felt like going to Duke University I can learn a lot from him in my time there.

Modeling games from others.

I try to model my game from just a lot of people. If I like something from someone's game, I'll try to take it and just add it to mine.

On mom the coach.

My mom to this day is the hardest coach I've ever had. There were times when my stepdad would look at me and say 'you had a good game' and my mom would be like 'I don't know what you're talking about, you had 2 or 3 turnovers.

On mom the critic.

Don't let that 'mom' word fool y'all... Her being my biggest critic was the best thing for me, actually.

On Duke University.

Duke recruits the best basketball players. They don't recruit dunkers or highlight makers. They recruit good basketball players.