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Joe Henricksen and Michael O’Brien talk Chicago area high school basketball. We cover an awful lot in this one. Talk holiday tournaments, breakdown some of the area’s better conference races and discuss whether or not there will ever be another undefeated team in the state. Teams discussed: Benet, Pontiac, Lake Zurich, Lake Forest, Bradley-Bourbonnais, Evanston, Maine South, Riverside-Brookfield, Lyons, Hinsdale Central, Morgan Park, Bogan, Simeon, St. Charles East, Larkin, Elgin, West Chicago, St. Charles North, Batavia, Geneva, Marian Catholic, Crete-Monee, Notre Dame, St. Viator, Marist, Joliet Catholic, St. Patrick, Hillcrest, Lemont, Oak Forest, Thornton, Lincoln-Way West, Rich South, Thornwood, Stevenson, Warren, Zion-Benton, Lake Park, Conant.

Have a question about high school hoops? Send it to mobrien@suntimes.com and we will answer it on next week’s episode.

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