Executive Director Craig Anderson explains why the IHSA disagrees with Gov. Pritzker classifying HS basketball as ‘high risk’

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A member of the Lady Commandos girls basketball team walks by a sign that says “These Colors Don’t Run” on the way to the locker room before a game on Thursday, Dec. 18, 2014, at John Marshall Preparatory High School in Chicago. The practice gym is named for the team’s longtime coach Dorothy Gaters, who has the most wins of any high school basketball coach in Illinois history.(AP Photo/Martha Irvine)

Illinois High School Association (IHSA) Executive Director Craig Anderson joins Steve Bertrand on Chicago’s Afternoon News to talk about why the IHSA board of directors disagrees with Illinois Governor JB Pritzker’s classification of high school basketball as a high-risk activity.

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