He's not nearly the answer to all the Lakers' woes, but the fact that he can hurdle a dwarf definitely has us intrigued. After having the third highest vertical in May's NBA Draft Combine in Chicago (41.5"), former UCLA guard Zach LaVine sprung up even higher and added 4.5 inches in a month. Our in-boxes have been flooded with similar promises for years and yet *looks downward* no luck.