Shot clock (high school)


Shot clock (high school)

A Shot clock is used in high school basketball games in some states to quicken the pace of the game. Currently, there are seven states that require the use of a shot clock, but most do not. However, some of the current unregulated states are considering adding a clock.

tates with high school shot clocks

*California
*New York
*North Dakota
*Rhode Island
*South Dakota

tates without high school shot clocks

*Colorado
*Connecticut
*Florida
*Georgia
*Illinois
*Indiana
*Iowa (Experimented in the female basketball games during the late 1990s)
*Kentucky
*Maine
*Michigan
*Montana
*Minnesota
*Nebraska
*New Hampshire
*New Mexico
*North Carolina
*Ohio
*Oregon
*Texas
*Virginia
*Washington
*WisconsinHawaii

Alabama

Resources

*http://www.seacoastonline.com/news/12152006/sports-brown1215.html
*http://www.crookstontimes.com/articles/2007/03/26/sports/26sports2.txt


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