WHERE ARE THEY NOW? The 2008 UCLA Bruins, one of the most stacked teams in college basketball history

The UCLA Bruins are one of the greatest programs in the history of college basketball. Winners of 11 national titles — three more than any other school in the country — their dominance through the 1960s and '70s is well documented.

But even with that historic run of championships, it's possible that no UCLA roster ever sported as much talent as the 2008 team led by Kevin Love and Russell Westbrook. While the team came up short of a national title, falling to Memphis in the Final Four, members of the 2008 Bruins are still having a significant impact on the basketball world to this day.

Take a look below at where the 2008 Bruins are now, ten years after their dominant 35-4 season that fell just short of a national title.

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