Tacko Fall's hands, when measured from the base of the palm to the tip of the middle finger (hand length), is 10.5 inches. His hands, when measured from the tip of the thumb to the tip of the pinky finger with his hand outstretched (hand span), is also 10.5 inches.
His hand length of 10.5 inches is one of the longest in the history of the NBA. However, if you consider Fall's height of 7'7", you would realize his hand length isn't all that impressive. Connie Hawkins had the same hand length as Tacko Fall despite being almost a foot shorter.
Fall's hand span or width of 10.5 inches isn't impressive either and is actually pretty average for his height. Kawhi Leonard's hand span is 7.1% wider than Tacko's, who is a foot taller than him. Astonishingly, Fall's hands are 14.3 % narrower than Giannis Antetokounmpo's despite being eight inches taller.