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Does home court advantage mean anything in high school basketball?

Tue, Jan 3, 2012 (1:35 p.m.)

Las Vegas Sun reporters Case Keefer and Ray Brewer are back after a three week break, arguing whether or not home court advantage in high school basketball actually gives the home team an advantage.

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  1. Great pod cast. You guys sound great. Case does not sound like a wheezing heart attack in his mike anymore. So happy to have you guys back every week.

    The only true home court advantage is at Gorman. The basket on the east side has so much room behind it, it gives visitors a depth problem. Watch the amount of airballs during warm ups from the visitors squad. That and the 100 plus students chanting every second is tough on the visitors. Now there are rebel fans at the game too. Too much to handle.