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But after reducing the shot clock from 45 seconds to 35 seconds for the 1993-94 season, it’s...

But after reducing the shot clock from 45 seconds to 35 seconds for the 1993-94 season, it’s remained unchanged in college basketball for nearly two decades. This is despite the fact that women’s college basketball has a 30-second shot clock. With the combination of a grossly excessive shot clock and inferior talent this season, regular season basketball has become unbearable to watch at times.

Has Time Finally Run Out on the 35 Second Shot-Clock?
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