3-pointer has changed high school basketball, but for better or worse?
Thirty-plus seasons into high school basketball's 3-point era, the attitude toward the deep jumper has shifted. It has mushroomed into a thrilling part of the game, fueling upsets, sparking comebacks and making heroes of the long-range gunner. But it has also given rise to critics who believe the excitement has come at a cost in the form of selfish shooters, diminished post players and game plans that succeed or fail solely on the ability to sink the 3.
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