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28 minutes ago, Class of '66 Old Fart said:

 Indiana All-Star series against the Kentucky All-Stars will be played on June 11 in Owensboro, Ky., and June 12 at Southport Fieldhouse. The All-Stars will play an exhibition game against the Junior All-Stars at Brownsburg on June 9. Ryan Osborn, head coach at Carmel will coach the all-stars.

  1. Shamar Avance - Law. North
  2. Brooks Barnhizer - Laf. Jeff
  3. Jalen Blackmon - Marion
  4. Luke Brown - Blackford
  5. Caleb Furst - FW Blackhawk
  6. Luke Goode - Homestead
  7. Kooper Jacobi - Silver Creek
  8. Trey Kaufman-Renn - Silver Creek
  9. J. R. Konieczny - S.B. St. Joseph
  10. Blake Sisley - Heritage Hills
  11. Jayden Taylor - Perry Meridian
  12. Pierce Thomas - Brownsburg
  13. Brian Waddell - Carmel
  14. Bake Wesley - S. B . Riley

 

Excellent team

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42 minutes ago, WayneFleekHoosier said:

Excellent team

Sure is!  Could probably create a nice team with those that didn't make it too!  Montgomery, Hopf, just to name a couple.  This class is crazy deep.

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Interesting to see what the IHSAA will decide to do in Indiana.  The National Federation of State High School Associations will permit implementation of a 35-second shot clock leaving the decision to implement or not to each state association.

https://www.nfhs.org/articles/shot-clock-allowed-by-state-adoption-for-high-school-basketball-in-2022-23/?utm_campaign=coschedule&utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=NFHS_Org&fbclid=IwAR3v_D6Cpli1yyuw6yg2-KZNRuHT9GuY9pYVrbB74ZwDeKuoebzXTVeQEM4

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Interesting to see what the IHSAA will decide to do in Indiana.  The National Federation of State High School Associations will permit implementation of a 35-second shot clock leaving the decision to implement or not to each state association.
https://www.nfhs.org/articles/shot-clock-allowed-by-state-adoption-for-high-school-basketball-in-2022-23/?utm_campaign=coschedule&utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=NFHS_Org&fbclid=IwAR3v_D6Cpli1yyuw6yg2-KZNRuHT9GuY9pYVrbB74ZwDeKuoebzXTVeQEM4
Personally, I am not necessarily against, but I don't think it is feasible.
I know of quite a few schools who have trouble getting enough competent people to help at the table right now for the clock, the book and Stats panel(if they have it). Now they have to find one more to do the shot clock, a job we see in the College game that constantly sees mistakes with people who are paid good money to operate(or at least FAR more than the 10-25 a game a teacher or someone in the community to do.
I know small schools that can barely afford the equipment to play the game and now they must spend a few thousand for the clock system?
Another question I have is what level? Just Varsity? Or the other levels also?
I have seen kids play F/S level on Saturday morning, then play JV later in the game and some Varsity. I could see some being confused.
Girls also?

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Number of 'high school' powerhouses are forming a national league.

The National Interscholastic Basketball Conference will feature traditional powers Oak Hill, Montverde, IMG Academy (Florida), La Lumiere School (Indiana), Sunrise Christian Academy (Kansas) and Wasatch Academy (Utah), along with two other schools yet to be announced. The eight teams will play a 10-game regular season, play in special NIBC events and hold a postseason tournament.  Full story at link.

https://www.espn.com/espn/story/_/id/31503278

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CJ Gunn has all the measurables. But he’s really going to have to improve as a shooter to be the player he wants to be and we need him to be.  
 

I think his ranking is a pretty fair assessment.  Great length for a guard but ball handling isn’t tremendous and neither is the shooting. 
 

I’m not basing this post on an All Star game. 

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