Let me check. He was in the same rookie class as Armstrong above. As you know, lately the best athletes have taken to skipping the Combines because the risk of a poor performance isn't worth the damage to already soaring hype. Fortunately, Westbrook came into the league before that became a trend: https://stats.nba.com/draft/combine-anthro/#!?sort=PLAYER_NAME&dir=-1&SeasonYear=2008-09 He ran a 3.08. I project that out to a 25m time of 3.30. So Westbrook beats Ronaldo in the 25m dash by roughly the same margin (-0.31) that Usain beats the last place guy in the Final Heat of the 100m Sprint at each of his respective Olympiads (-0.34s, -0.35, -0.24). Beijing (-0.34) BTW, 6'11" Mamba beat Westbrook's time with a 3.04: Mavericks draft target Mohamed Bamba is faster than Russell Westbrook, report says You have a major misconception. The league is NOT populated with 6'0" stars at SG. Stephen Curry is 6'3". Kyrie Irving is 6'3". Westbrook is 6'4". Harden is 6'5". Isiaiah Thomas (5'9") Jameer Nelson (6'0") Chris Paul (6'0") Kyle Lowry (6'0") Mo Williams (6'1") Allen Iverson (6'1") Kemba Walker (6'1") Rajon Rondo (6'1") Jeff Teague (6'2") Tony Parker (6'2") These are the only players in the last ten years of All-Star games to make the roster who were under 6'3", and all of them are point guards-- ball handlers. Iverson is the only one whose style is closer to a SG, and whose primary focus was on scoring rather than playmaking. They're grabbing about 1/24 slots, and as you can see, that's only by expanding our range to 6'2". Additionally, I suspect guys like Jameer Nelson and Mo Williams might not even be there if it wasn't for the rigid positional structuring of the All-Star rosters (i.e the "Guard" quota and the East/West divide). Even in the age of the Downtown Moneyball, 6'0" is too short to expect to reach the highest echelon of elite players in the sport. There currently doesn't exist a 6'0" superstar in the league. Chris Paul, now sidekick to Harden, who has enjoyed praise as the best PG in the league for most of the past decade across the coach polls, is the closest thing. Lowry is probably the most significant player behind him. These guys aren't even their own franchise player. Ironically, because he is such a skill-intensive player, whose game relies more on his tactical intelligence, most aren't aware how athletic Chris Paul is. He had a 38" max vertical leap as a prospect (6th best in his class, and dunk legend Gerald Green with 39" is the only significant name ahead of him). 6'3"-6'7" is the current height paradigm for SG in the NBA.