LISTEN: Reviewing the decade’s best teams and players | No Shot Clock, Episode 106

Joe Henricksen and Michael O’Brien take a look back at the past decade.

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Joe Henricksen and Michael O’Brien take a look back at the past decade. The episode opens with a small mailbag of listener questions and a brief discussion of some happenings from the last several days.

Then it is time to dive into the 2010s. First we discuss the ten best players of the decade, breaking them down into a first and second team.

Up next is an in-depth discussion of the 13 best teams of the decade, including a handful of great teams that just missed the cut.

Both those lists have been revealed previously, but there is some No Shot Clock exclusive content as well. We reveal the ten programs that arrived on the scene this decade. It’s a list of teams that never had winning programs or had been dormant for ages and came alive and experienced great success the past ten years.

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