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The Kentucky-Indiana high school all-star basketball game has long been billed as something unique to states that claim hoops as part of the birthright.
But the game has lost its luster in recent years, especially marked by declining attendance on both sides of the Ohio River. In an era marked by glitzy dunk contests and all-star games that are little more than glorified street ball games, the Kentucky-Indiana series has long billed itself as real basketball teams playing for state pride.
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