Shot clock for basketball voted down by national high school federation
from Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
It’s not yet time for a shot clock in high school basketball. At least that’s what the national governing body for high school athletics says. The basketball rules committee of the National Federation of State High School Associations recently voted down a proposal that would establish a 35-second shot clock for boys and girls basketball around the country.
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