No Shot Clock, Ep. 73: Three big questions

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Joe Henricksen and Michael O’Brien’sweekly Chicago high school basketball podcast.

We get into a big listener mailbag first and then hit our two takes. After that wetry out a new feature, Three Questions.

Some of the topics include:

-How could the IHSA and Peoria fix state?

-How good is Belleville West’s EJ Liddell?

-Rants on Leo, Loyola, the Public League playoffs and more.

-Which team that has never been ranked could make a playoff run?

-Where are the top eighth graders heading to high school?

-Who are the top five senior point guards?

-What is the season’s biggest disappointment?

-What star player has been under the radar all season?

Have a question for next week’s episode? Email mobrien@suntimes.com

That and much more…

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