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It’s been awhile. Too long. Time for the City/Suburban Hoops Report and its loyal readers and followers to re-connect. Thus, it’s time for the Hoops Report Mailbag — Part VI.

Get creative, have fun, make it interesting as previous mailbag questions have brought out some of the best in high school hoops conversation. The Hoops Report will try to get to all your questions, with the best of the bunch addressed first in a blog later this month.

Email the Hoops Report with your question at hoopsreport@yahoo.com. Please include a name (first name, initials, nickname — something to be recognized, along with where you’re from.) Or you may leave a question here on the comments section of the blog, which won’t be posted but will be included in the mailbag.

Here are the links to the previous five Hoops Report mailbags.

Hoops Report Mailbag I

Hoops Report Mailbag II

Hoops Report Mailbag III

Hoops Report Mailbag IV

Hoops Report Mailbag V

The Latest
A new report lays bare how far our state has to go since the disruption caused by COVID-19.
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“Let me put it this way,” Krishnamoorthi said Sunday. “I think that the Prime Minister of Japan said he gets a lot of advice from Rahm Emanuel directly.”
The Bears aren’t panicking as the All-Pro linebacker’s “hold-in” reached 13 days and 10 practices, and they probably don’t have to in the midst of a rebuild.
Andrew Vaughn’s homer was one of 15 hits for White Sox.