Milton (12-2) is playing its best basketball after some early struggles and will make another appearance on ESPNU with Saturday’s 8 p.m. matchup against Oak Hill. The game will be played in Springfield, Mass., with a 30-second shot clock. That’s a first for Milton’s David Boyd in his 27 years of coaching.
“One thing that will help us is that we’re real careful about trying to get the last shot in each quarter of every game we play, so we are familiar with being aware of the time during parts of the game,” Boyd said. “I think where we may really struggle is if the game is close near the end. We’ll have to execute plays within 30 seconds rather than just holding the ball.”
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