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6 minutes ago, Frosty4024 said:

We have teams that struggle to get the ball across half-court against a press...much less have difficulty scoring points. 

No play-clock actually gives the "less athletic" teams a chance to compete by forcing fewer possessions.

I'm not fond of it as I have seen teams attempt to run the clock down an entire quarter by playing 4-corners only to make a mistake and turn it over.

But eh...I understand the reasoning.

We had a 6-4 game in Alabama this year in 6A. 

We need a shot clock. Only lazy coaches are against the shot clock.  In Alabama of the 14 state boys and girls champions  12 of the 14 winners ran uptempo fast break offenses.   A couple of years the 1A girls winner only graduates 18-22 kids a year still ran fast break dribble drive and did not have a player over 5' 10". 

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Milton is just a monster team this year....  @GardenStateBaller theyre getting it done on the football field and basketball court.  Think they have like the #1 and 2 players in the class of

Beaumont United - 37 Dallas Kimball - 28 Halftime. BU had a chance to blow this game wide open, but let Kimball go on a run before halftime.

Milton should win state, nice inside out game and good play from the small forward spot and that kid is only a sophomore, the off guard is a sharpshooter not to afraid to shoot it no matter the situat

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6 minutes ago, HooverOutlaw said:

We had a 6-4 game in Alabama this year in 6A. 

We need a shot clock. Only lazy coaches are against the shot clock.  In Alabama of the 14 state boys and girls champions  12 of the 14 winners ran uptempo fast break offenses.   A couple of years the 1A girls winner only graduates 18-22 kids a year still ran fast break dribble drive and did not have a player over 5' 10". 

Yeah but ya gotta have talent to play uptempo.  Not all schools have it.

That doesn't include teams that play Zones.

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3 hours ago, HooverOutlaw said:

For some reason that nobody understands Hoover might have the worst baseball team in school history. We have many kids going to the next level but are off to a terrible start. Maybe we can win enough area games to back door into the playoffs. 

Sounds like the operative word in your statement is the answer. They just aren't playing as a TEAM. Im guessing they play a lot of travel ball and are spoiled by their parents. That leads to a team full of kids who believe that they are above teamwork and listening to coaches.

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Duncanville wins another one beating Westlake 66 - 53.

They'll probably win 10 more with the way things are set up.

Westlake was trying to mimic Argyle in winning state in football and basketball this year, but comes up short.

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