No Shot Clock, Ep. 74: Public League playoff talk

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

It is city tournament time. We break down the bracket, all the way from the first round games to possible title games. Picks are made and key games highlighted.

Some of this week’s topics:

-Who are the area’s top defenders?

-What’s going on at Julian?

-Which teams could pull off first round upsets in the city tournament?

-Is this Orr’s year?

-This season’s best coaching jobs

-Which team should be the top seed in the Maine East sectional?

-What team is most likely to beat Simeon in the city playoffs?

-Young has turned things around, can the Dolphins make a charge?

-Andrew’s unlikely hero, Dan Gierhahn

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

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