LISTEN: Listener mailbag | No Shot Clock, Episode 120

Joe Henricksen and Michael O’Brien answer questions from the listener mailbag and give their Two Takes.

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On the latest episode of No Shot Clock Joe Henricksen and Michael O’Brien answer questions from the listener mailbag and 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:

-How good is Glenbard West and why they aren’t in the Chipotle Classic

-More shot clock debate

-Should the overtime format be changed?

-Is Bryce Hopkins the best Catholic League player since Corey Maggette?

-Why can’t schools just hold their own state tournament?

-Is this the most offensive firepower ever in the Mid-Suburban League East?

-Thoughts on the East Suburban Catholic

-Debating the area’s best rivalry and best student sections

-First impressions of Kenwood sophomore JJ Taylor

-Are Simeon and Young the state’s two best teams? And by how much?

-Curie, once again, is surprisingly good despite a lack of experience. What is the ceiling for the Condors?

All that and more.

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