Thirty-five seconds sit on the new square box that is fixated on the wall of Miller Grove's spacious Purple Palace gymnasium.
Some recognize it. Others dismiss it. A few don't even realize it is there until the horn sounds. And, boy, does it sound. Loudly.
Thirty-five seconds. Time to make a decision. Time to make a play. Time to speed up the pace.
For those coaches and teams playing in Miller Grove's summer league, it is also a time to try out an experimental shot clock. The Georgia High School Association, and the majority of other state associations, don't operate the basketball season with a shot clock.