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Zach LaVine, a 6-foot-5 freshman from Seattle, is certain to become a crowd favorite because of his athleticism. He was showing his leaping ability with dunks and also making shots from long range.
Bryce Alford, a freshman point guard and the son of the head coach, demonstrated lots of ability, making it clear he's going to be a major contributor.
Jordan Adams, a sophomore returning from a broken foot, is still trying to get into shape. The Wear brothers, Travis and David, were active. Norman Powell, a 6-4 junior, was running the court well with several dunks. Kyle Anderson, a 6-9 sophomore, remains the player UCLA will be turning to in important situations.
Isaac Hamilton, a freshman guard who enrolled late after deciding not to attend UTEP and is still seeking
UCLA has an exhibition game against Cal State Bernardino on Oct. 30 and opens its season Nov. 8 at home against Drexel with a 9 p.m. tipoff.