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No Shot Clock, Ep. 90: Upsets? Discussing a season of parity

Joe Henricksen and Michael O’Brien dive into a big mailbag and discuss this season’s wide-open feel.

-Breaking down the Player of the Year race

-Is Kenwood’s Seryee Lewis a high-major prospect?

-Why West Aurora hasn’t cracked the Super 25

-Why Bogan, not Bloom is ranked No. 2

-Who are the area’s best young coaches?

-Could Benet win the state title?

That and a ton more…

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