No Shot Clock, Ep. 69: Holiday tournament breakdown

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Joe Henricksen and Michael O’Brien’sweekly Chicago high school basketball podcast. There were nearly 1,000 games last week, at holiday tournaments all over the state. We take a look at Proviso West, Pontiac, Big Dipper, Hinsdale Central, Wheeling, York, Bloomington and Centralia. We break down our hits and misses for each tournament and go on some quality rants about what is and isn’t working for each tournament.

There is also a huge listener mailbag. Questions answered include:

-What determines team and prospect rankings? What information is used?

-Is Lincoln Park a legitimate contender to win a sectional?

-What about Aurora Christian?

-What is going on with Glenbrook South?

-How far can Niles North advance in March? Will theschedule hurt them?

-Which teams are just outside the Super 25

-What is the outlook for the Catholic League Blue?

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