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Yeah, we'll there've been over 50 cases of nba players with "extended arms", meaning they have a longer wingspan than usual. Darryl Kyle's case was just a freak occurance that rarely happens.

I've never seen college basketball players (over 250 players with extended arms) get injured due to there arms or for that case, less than 2% of the whole athletic playing field get hurt due to this.

That can not be a fact.

Maybe an opinion in your case.
 
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