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Wear Twins Make It Offical And Sign With UCLA | Husky Men's Basketball Blog

There are 1 comment on the The Seattle Times story from May 25, 2010, titled Wear Twins Make It Offical And Sign With UCLA | Husky Men's Basketball Blog. In it, The Seattle Times reports that:

UCLA confirmed the multiple news outlets that reported Travis and David Wear signed a financial aid agreement with the Bruins and will enroll in the fall.

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Since: Jun 09

San Fernando Valley

#2 May 26, 2010
Remember the twins are not eligible to play until next season (2011/2012), but at least they can practice with the squad this year.

I am looking forward to checking out some summer games this year as Kevin Love is going to work out with new commit Josh Smith and hopefully get his weight back in order. Smith is 6"10" and is tipping the scale at 320lbs!!! Love needs to work about 40 pounds off Smith's frame! Hopefully the Wears will be there too!

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