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U.S. Wins FIBA Under-17 Title


James McAdoo of Norfolk, Va., scored 20 points, and the tournament most valuable player Brad Beal of St. Louis added 19 as the United States won FIBA’s under-17 championship with a 111-80 victory over Poland in Hamburg, Germany. Michael Gilchrist of Somerdale, N.J., had 18 points for the United States (8-0), which won its games by an average of 34.8 points. (New York Times)


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