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Harry Giles focused on comeback


It was just four months ago that Harry Giles III violently ripped the ACL, MCL and meniscus in his left knee during a 96-72 win over Argentina in the FIBA Americas U16 Championship on June 12 in Maldonado, Uruguay. "Harry never acts or looks as injured as he is," said Giles III's mother Melissa Giles. "He's handling it well though." "It's been a real eye opener," Giles III said. "I know it can always happen to anyone, but, I'll be honest, I never thought it would happen to me." (USA Today)


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