List of oldest and youngest National Basketball Association players

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Vince Carter, the oldest active NBA player

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 Sacramento Kings guard/forward Vince Carter, who is currently 41 years old. The youngest active player in the NBA is Indiana Pacers forward/center Ike Anigbogu, the 47th pick in the 2017 NBA draft, who is currently 19 years old and became the second college player to go from one year of college to the NBA while still playing at 18 years old.

Key[edit]

Pos G F C
Position Guard Forward Center

Oldest players[edit]

Robert Parish is the third-oldest player to ever play in the NBA

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 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; he only played in one more game before retiring as a player two days shy of his 46th birthday.[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 and 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 currently 27 players who played in the NBA after they turned 40.

The oldest active player is Vince Carter, who is now 41 years old. Carter played his first game in 1999 and is playing his 20th season. Carter along with Manu Ginóbili, Jason Terry, and Dirk Nowitzki are the only players who were born in 1979 or earlier and are still active and under contract with an NBA team. Ten players total, however, were born in 1980 or earlier and still play in the NBA.

All time[edit]

^ Denotes player who is still active in the NBA as of the 2017–18 season
* Denotes player who has been inducted to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
Player Pos Birth date Last game Age Team(s) played (years) Draft (pick) Ref.
Nat Hickey G/F January 30, 1902 January 28, 1948 45 years, 363 days Providence Steamrollers (1948) Undrafted [7]
Kevin Willis F/C September 6, 1962 April 18, 2007 44 years, 224 days 1984 (11th) [8]
Robert Parish* C August 30, 1953 May 11, 1997 43 years, 254 days 1976 (8th) [9]
Dikembe Mutombo* C June 25, 1966 April 21, 2009 42 years, 300 days 1991 (4th) [10]
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar* C April 16, 1947 April 22, 1989 42 years, 6 days 1969 (1st) [11]
Bob Cousy* G August 9, 1928 January 6, 1970 41 years, 150 days 1950 (3rd) [12][13]
Herb Williams C/F February 16, 1958 June 25, 1999 41 years, 129 days 1981 (14th) [14]
Vince Carter^ G/F January 26, 1977 Present 41 years, 75 days 1998 (5th) [15]
John Stockton* G March 26, 1962 April 30, 2003 41 years, 35 days Utah Jazz (19842003) 1984 (16th) [16]
Charles Jones F/C April 3, 1957 May 3, 1998 41 years, 30 days 1979 (165th) [17]
Karl Malone* F July 24, 1963 June 13, 2004 40 years, 325 days 1985 (13th) [18]
Manu Ginóbili^ G July 28, 1977 Present 40 years, 270 days San Antonio Spurs (2002–present) 1999 (57th) [19]
Rick Mahorn C/F September 21, 1958 May 23, 1999 40 years, 244 days 1980 (35th) [20]
John Long G/F August 28, 1956 April 20, 1997 40 years, 235 days 1978 (29th) [21]
Jason Terry^ G September 15, 1977 Present 40 years, 225 days 1999 (10th) [22]
Grant Hill* F October 5, 1972 May 3, 2013 40 years, 210 days 1994 (3rd) [23]
James Edwards C/F November 22, 1955 May 27, 1996 40 years, 187 days 1977 (46th) [24]
Kurt Thomas F October 4, 1972 March 18, 2013 40 years, 165 days 1995 (10th) [25]
Cliff Robinson F/C December 16, 1966 May 12, 2007 40 years, 147 days 1989 (36th) [26]
Charles Oakley F/C December 18, 1963 April 2, 2004 40 years, 106 days 1985 (9th) [27]
Juwan Howard F February 7, 1973 April 17, 2013 40 years, 69 days 1994 (5th) [28]
Steve Nash* G February 7, 1974 April 8, 2014 40 years, 60 days 1996 (15th) [29]
Michael Jordan* G February 17, 1963 April 16, 2003 40 years, 58 days 1984 (3rd) [30]
Jason Kidd* G March 23, 1973 May 18, 2013 40 years, 56 days 1994 (2nd) [31]
Andre Miller G March 19, 1976 May 12, 2016 40 years, 54 days 1999 (8th) [32]
Tim Duncan F/C April 25, 1976 May 12, 2016 40 years, 17 days San Antonio Spurs (19972016) 1997 (1st) [33]
Danny Schayes C/F May 10, 1959 May 13, 1999 40 years, 3 days 1981 (13th) [34]

Active[edit]

Player Pos Birth date Age Team(s) played (years) Draft (pick) Ref.
Vince Carter G/F January 26, 1977 41 years, 149 days 1998 (5th) [15]
Manu Ginóbili G July 28, 1977 40 years, 331 days San Antonio Spurs (2002–present) 1999 (57th) [19]
Jason Terry G September 15, 1977 40 years, 282 days 1999 (10th) [22]
Dirk Nowitzki F June 19, 1978 40 years, 5 days Dallas Mavericks (1998–present) 1998 (9th) [35]
Jamal Crawford G/F March 20, 1980 38 years, 96 days 2000 (8th) [36]
Udonis Haslem F/C June 9, 1980 38 years, 15 days Miami Heat (2003–present) 2002 (Undrafted) [37]
Richard Jefferson F June 21, 1980 38 years, 3 days 2001 (13th) [38]
Pau Gasol F/C July 6, 1980 37 years, 353 days 2001 (3rd) [39]
David West F August 29, 1980 37 years, 299 days 2003 (18th) [41]

Youngest players[edit]

Andrew Bynum is the youngest player to ever 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 on 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 on the same date to be able to play in the NBA.[42] Despite a trend toward drafting younger players, the NBA has a higher average age than it had in the 1980s.[43] However, since the NBA introduced the minimum age limit in 2005, the league's average age has decreased in the past few seasons.[44]

The youngest player to ever play in the NBA was Andrew Bynum who played his first game at the age of 18 years and 6 days old.[45] Bynum, who was also the youngest player ever selected in the NBA Draft, went into the NBA straight out of high school.[46] 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 Finals game.[47] He played for the Detroit Pistons in 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, being only five days away from his 19th birthday at the time. There are currently 27 players who played in the NBA before they turned 19. Nineteen of them came to the league straight out of high school, while 6 of them are international players who never played basketball in the U.S. high schools or colleges before they entered the NBA, and two more players ended up playing only a year of college before entering the NBA.

The youngest active player in the NBA is Ike Anigbogu. As a result of the NBA's latest updates on their scheduling policy, he became the second college player to play in the NBA at 18 years old on October 20 against the Portland Trail Blazers. He now joins Devin Booker as the only other player to go from a year of college to the NBA while remaining 18 years old throughout the process. Coincidentally, both of them played their first NBA games at the exact same age of 18 years, 363 days old in order to start their official NBA careers as players of the league, and their first games played would be the only time they'd play in the NBA as 18-year-olds.

All-time[edit]

^ Denotes player who is still active in the NBA as of the 2017–18 season
* Denotes player who has been inducted to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
Player Pos Birth date First game Age Team(s) played (years) Draft (pick) Ref.
Andrew Bynum C October 27, 1987 November 2, 2005 18 years, 6 days 2005 (10th) [48]
Jermaine O'Neal F/C October 13, 1978 December 5, 1996 18 years, 53 days 1996 (17th) [49]
Kobe Bryant G August 23, 1978 November 3, 1996 18 years, 72 days Los Angeles Lakers (19962016) 1996 (13th) [50]
Darko Miličić C June 20, 1985 October 31, 2003 18 years, 133 days 2003 (2nd) [51]
Stan Brown F June 27, 1929 November 13, 1947 18 years, 139 days Philadelphia Warriors (1947–1948, 1951–1952) Undrafted [52][53]
Bill Willoughby F/C May 20, 1957 October 23, 1975 18 years, 156 days 1975 (19th) [54]
Tracy McGrady* G/F May 24, 1979 October 31, 1997 18 years, 160 days 1997 (9th) [55]
Yaroslav Korolev F May 7, 1987 November 4, 2005 18 years, 181 days Los Angeles Clippers (20052007) 2005 (12th) [56]
Andris Biedriņš C April 2, 1986 November 5, 2004 18 years, 217 days 2004 (11th) [57]
C. J. Miles^ G/F March 18, 1987 November 14, 2005 18 years, 241 days 2005 (34th) [58]
Amir Johnson^ F May 1, 1987 January 24, 2006 18 years, 268 days 2005 (56th) [59]
Darryl Dawkins C January 11, 1957 October 27, 1975 18 years, 289 days 1975 (5th) [60]
Joe Graboski F/C January 15, 1930 November 6, 1948 18 years, 296 days Undrafted [61][62]
LeBron James^ F December 30, 1984 October 29, 2003 18 years, 303 days 2003 (1st) [63]
Jonathan Bender F January 30, 1981 December 10, 1999 18 years, 314 days 1999 (5th) [64]
Giannis Antetokounmpo^ G/F December 6, 1994 October 30, 2013 18 years, 318 days Milwaukee Bucks (2013–present) 2013 (15th) [65]
Eddy Curry C December 5, 1982 October 31, 2001 18 years, 330 days 2001 (4th) [66]
Dwight Howard^ C December 8, 1985 November 3, 2004 18 years, 331 days 2004 (1st) [67]
Jim Browne C January 1, 1930 November 30, 1948 18 years, 334 days Undrafted [68][69]
Josh Smith F December 5, 1985 November 3, 2004 18 years, 334 days 2004 (17th) [70]
Martell Webster G/F December 4, 1986 November 4, 2005 18 years, 335 days 2005 (6th) [71]
Robert Swift C December 3, 1985 November 3, 2004 18 years, 336 days Seattle SuperSonics / Oklahoma City Thunder (20042009) 2004 (12th) [72]
Dragan Bender^ F/C November 17, 1997 October 26, 2016 18 years, 344 days Phoenix Suns (2016–present) 2016 (4th) [73]
Maciej Lampe F February 5, 1985 January 23, 2004 18 years, 352 days 2003 (30th) [74]
Al Harrington F February 17, 1980 February 5, 1999 18 years, 353 days 1998 (25th) [75]
Devin Booker^ G October 30, 1996 October 28, 2015 18 years, 363 days Phoenix Suns (2015–present) 2015 (13th) [76]
Ike Anigbogu^ C October 22, 1998 October 20, 2017 18 years, 363 days Indiana Pacers (2017–present) 2017 (47th) [77]

Active[edit]

Player Pos Birth date Age Team(s) played (years) Draft (pick) Ref.
Isaac Bonga G November 8, 1999 18 years, 228 days Los Angeles Lakers (2018–present) 2018 (39th) [78]
Issuf Sanon G October 30, 1999 18 years, 237 days Washington Wizards (2018–present) 2018 (44th) [79]
Jaren Jackson Jr. C September 15, 1999 18 years, 282 days Memphis Grizzlies (2018–present) 2018 (4th) [80]
Kevin Knox F August 11, 1999 18 years, 317 days New York Knicks (2018–present) 2018 (9th) [81]
Troy Brown Jr. F July 28, 1999 18 years, 331 days Washington Wizards (2018–present) 2018 (15th) [82]
Anfernee Simons G June 8, 1999 19 years, 16 days Portland Trail Blazers (2018–present) 2018 (24th) [83]
Zhaire Smith G June 4, 1999 19 years, 20 days Philadelphia 76ers (2018–present) 2018 (16th) [84]
Džanan Musa F/G May 8, 1999 19 years, 47 days Brooklyn Nets (2018–present) 2018 (29th) [85]
Wendell Carter F/C April 16, 1999 19 years, 69 days Chicago Bulls (2018–present) 2018 (7th) [86]
Marvin Bagley F March 14, 1999 19 years, 102 days Sacramento Kings (2018–present) 2018 (2nd) [87]
Luka Dončić G February 28, 1999 19 years, 116 days Dallas Mavericks (2018–present) 2018 (3rd) [88]
Gary Trent Jr. G January 18, 1999 19 years, 157 days Portland Trail Blazers (2018–present) 2018 (37th) [89]
Collin Sexton G January 4, 1999 19 years, 171 days Cleveland Cavaliers (2018–present) 2018 (8th) [90]
Lonnie Walker G December 14, 1998 19 years, 192 days San Antonio Spurs (2018–present) 2018 (18th) [91]
Ike Anigbogu C/F October 22, 1998 19 years, 245 days Indiana Pacers (2017–present) 2017 (47th) [77]
Trae Young G September 19, 1998 19 years, 278 days Atlanta Hawks (2018–present) 2018 (5th) [92]
Josh Okogie G September 1, 1998 19 years, 296 days Minnesota Timberwolves (2018–present) 2018 (20th) [93]
Kevin Huerter G August 27, 1998 19 years, 301 days Atlanta Hawks (2018–present) 2018 (19th) [94]
Hamidou Diallo G July 31, 1998 19 years, 328 days Oklahoma City Thunder (2018–present) 2018 (45th) [95]
Frank Ntilikina G July 28, 1998 19 years, 331 days New York Knicks (2017–present) 2017 (8th) [96]

See also[edit]

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