LISTEN: First impressions of the season| No Shot Clock, Episode 117

Joe Henricksen and Michael O’Brien talk about their initial impressions of the very young and very short high school basketball season.

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On the latest episode of No Shot Clock Joe Henricksen and Michael O’Brien talk about their initial impressions of the very young and very short high school basketball season. 

The episode opens with a news update and a listener mailbag. Then Joe and Mike give their Two Takes, a regular weekly feature of commentary and opinion on high school basketball.

The podcast concludes with a look at the week ahead.

Topics include:

-Which players may have their recruitment hurt by the lack of a full season?

-What is the best way to find streaming games?

-How are we going to pick a season-ending No. 1 team?

-Lincoln-Way East’s potential

-Bolingbrook’s ceiling this season

-Why white numbers on white uniforms just don’t work

All that and a ton more.

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