No Shot Clock, Ep. 76: Sectional underdogs

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Michael O’Brien and Joe Henricksen’s weekly Chicago high school basketball podcast. In this episode we dive intoa listener mailbag and answer questions from listeners, give our Two Takes and then begin thestate playoff preview.

We break down the intriguing underdogs in each sectional, the five and below seeds that could possibly knock off a top four seed.

Some of the topics:

-City title game discussion (so many technicals this season…)

-If Orr and Simeon played ten times, what would the result be?

-Why in-state colleges struggle to recruit local stars

-A look at all of this season’s major upsets

-Rants about the ridiculous travel distances in regionals

-Why the City/Suburban Showdownis missed

-Advice for parents of high school basketball players

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

That and much more…

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