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Kai Sotto boasts growth in height, wingspan

It’s not just Kai Sotto’s game that is growing.

The 18-year-old is still gaining height.

The G League Ignite player tweeted that he is now 7-foot-3 with a wingspan of 7-foot-5.

This is a one-inch growth in height and a whopping four-inch growth in wingspan since his last record, which dates back in June of 2020.

Sotto and the rest of Ignite are set to begin their campaign in the G League in February at Disney World Orlando.

And G League head coach Brian Shaw can’t wait to work with Sotto as they take on 17 other clubs.

“I still believe that the competition he will be playing here in the bubble will be better competition than what he will be playing there,” he said.

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