LISTEN: Discussing the weird end to a strange season | No Shot Clock, Episode 122

On the latest episode of No Shot Clock Michael O’Brien and Joe Henricksen debate the format of this hastily thrown together season and give their Two Takes

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On the latest episode of No Shot Clock Michael O’Brien and Joe Henricksen debate the format of this hastily thrown together season and give their Two Takes, a regular weekly feature of commentary and opinion on high school basketball.

-Why didn’t CPS plan a season-ending event or set of games?

-Player of the Year discussion

-Breaking down DePaul Prep’s big Chipotle tournament win

-An in-depth look at all the Chipotle games

-Why did Simeon and Young get knocked out of the tournament?

-Would the basketball season been more successful in the spring?

-Appreciating the Mid-Suburban League’s season and tradition

All that and more.

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