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A shocker: US beaten by France 89-79 in World Cup quarters

FOX Sports Wednesday, 11 September 2019
The US will not medal at the basketball World Cup, falling 89-79 to France in the quarterfinals
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A big shock at the basketball World Cup as France knock the United States out in China.

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