No it will force the coaches to put a system together that is effective and efficient no more holding the ball for two minutes because you don't believe your team can compete
You see, this is where I have the disconnect with the shot clock argument. If you don't feel like you can run with a team does not necessarily mean that you don't feel that you can compete with that team. I'm a STVM fan and the Irish play an up-tempo, pressure defense type of game. Some teams try to run with them, a lot of teams try to slow them down. I'm no fan of a team standing and holding the ball for 2 minutes. But, honestly, in the games I've watched STVM play, where you might expect teams to do just that, I just don't see that happening very often. I do see some teams hold it longer when the Irish go on a run. But, to me, that's the coach using the ploy basically as a "free" time out to try to break the run. Yes, it can be frustrating, but when it does happen, the Irish extend the defense and try to trap the ball to combat the slow-down offense.
Still, I see the shot clock as being inevitable. For those incidents highlighted in some of the posts, I can see it as being a benefit. From my point of view though, I'm thinking it really will have little to no impact on the high school games that I watch.