WASHINGTON (AP) _ Former Sen. Bill Bradley, Al Gore's former primary foe, will get a prime-time slot at the Democratic National Convention, speaking for 15-20 minutes on the convention's second night.

Gore and Bradley announced the scheduled speech Thursday, one week after they clasped hands in Wisconsin in their first meeting since their hard-fought primary battle last winter. After months of silence, Bradley endorsed Gore, saying, ``Winning is a team sport.''

The Gore campaign said in a news release that Bradley would ``play a major role'' at the convention Aug. 14-17 in Los Angeles.

President Clinton and first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton are scheduled to speak on the opening night of the convention. Democratic leaders announced earlier this week that Caroline Kennedy, the only surviving member of the slain president's immediate family, will also address the convention.