Posted On: 11/1/21 10:21 AM

If there’s one thing many of us can appreciate about the adjustments made to high school basketball season over the last two wild years, it’s the shift for nearly every single program to live stream games in some way.

This multiplies the coverage and publicity that we can give up-and-coming, loaded or interesting high school teams all across the state that we would not otherwise be able to observe throughout the season. With these tools in hand, let’s stock up your viewing queue for the winter with 10 teams around Minnesota you should watch in person or from your living room - there are less and less excuses to miss out by the day!

Duluth East

The Greyhounds, a Class AAAA state entrant last season, have plenty of returning firepower to make noise once again. Point guard Will Van Scoy Will Van Scoy 6'1" | PG Duluth East | 2022 State MN is healthy again to run the show, while junior inside-out pair Isaac Nyakundi Isaac Nyakundi 6'8" | C Duluth East | 2023 State MN and Jobe Juenemann Jobe Juenemann 6'2" | SG Duluth East | 2023 State MN will pose a nightly threat on both ends of the court. Nyakundi’s fluidity at 6-9 and Juenemann’s hustle mindset are two weapons that won’t misfire very often for Duluth East. They are playing another good mix of metro

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