Kentucky signee Linnae Harper had five points and seven rebounds in the United States' second-round win over France in the U19 World Championships on Wednesday. (USA Basketball photo)
Kentucky signee Linnae Harper had five points and seven rebounds in the United States' second-round win over France in the U19 World Championships on Wednesday. (USA Basketball photo)
Kentucky signee Linnae Harper had five points and seven rebounds in the United States' second-round win over France in the U19 World Championships on Wednesday. (USA Basketball photo)

Kentucky's Harper, U.S. narrowly escape U19 defeat

July 24, 2013 06:36 PM

UPDATED July 24, 2013 07:16 PM

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