LISTEN: Listener mailbag | No Shot Clock, Episode 112

Michael O’Brien and Joe Henricksen review the past week of action in Chicago high school basketball.

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Michael O’Brien and Joe Henricksen review the past week of action in Chicago high school basketball.

The episode starts up with our Two Takes.Then we get into the feature segment, where we dive into a huge listener mailbag full of all types of questions.

Things finish up with a brief look at the week ahead.

Topics include:

-Could Barrington make a state tournament run?

-Will Evanston make it to Peoria?

-What trades would you make to improve teams?

-How will Rolling Meadows and Buffalo Grove fare in March?

-Rants on the seeding process

-Will Oak Forest finally win the conference?

-More on Indian Creek

-Aquan Smart’s commitment to Maryland

All that and a ton more.

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