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Although freshman forward Kevon Looney already posts an impressive height at 6-feet-9, it's his 7-foot-3 wingspan that gives him the ability to attack the post and dominate in the paint. (Aubrey Yeo/Daily Bruin senior staff)

UCLA men’s basketball’s biggest difference this season is just that: the difference in its bigs. With their four most-played frontcourt players – freshman forward Kevon Looney, sophomore forward Wanaah Bail, junior forward/center Tony Parker and freshman center Thomas Welsh – possessing wingspans of 6 feet 11 inches or larger, the Bruins’ length is its most noticeable asset this season. More »

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