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AP Basketball Writer
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) - The Bachynski family used a piece of wood to measure their children's heights as they moved around Canada.
Now that they're fully grown, up to 7 feet each, brothers Jordan and Dallin will get to see how they truly measure up on a basketball court.
After years of heated battles in the family driveway, the brawny Bachynski brothers will play an organized game against each other for the first time when Dallin and the Utah Utes face Jordan and the Arizona Sun Devils on Thursday night in the desert.
Dallin, who plays more of a perimeter game than Jordan, has been trying to live up to his big brother since his was little and finally gets a chance on a level playing field.

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