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Bruins' backcourt of future is almost impossible to split

LOS ANGELES_David Singleton went on his official visit to UCLA with Jules Bernard, lived with him in the campus dorms over the summer and now rooms with him in an off-campus apartment.

The Bruins' backcourt of the future has been nearly inseparable ... except for that time the actual backcourt intervened.

Singleton spent one night sprawled on the court inside Pauley Pavilion before the season, trading soft sheets for hardwood.

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