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The shot clock hurts the slower teas that control the game and break down the discipline of the faster teams. I love a scoring feast as much as anyone in any sport, but it does eliminate good players with a lot of self control and discipline who simply are not quite as fast.

No shot clock! It ruined hoops. Don't let it ruin lacrosse.
07-14-2012 08:13 AM
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(07-14-2012 08:13 AM)HtownOrange Wrote:  The shot clock hurts the slower teas that control the game and break down the discipline of the faster teams. I love a scoring feast as much as anyone in any sport, but it does eliminate good players with a lot of self control and discipline who simply are not quite as fast.

No shot clock! It ruined hoops. Don't let it ruin lacrosse.

I'm sorry to disagree so forcefully, but I remember seeing a Clemson/UNC game in Littlejohn Colliseum before the shot clock - I don't think either team scored double digits! The shot clock saved basketball IMO.
07-14-2012 12:20 PM
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