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33-5, 1st in Pac-12
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Ionescu tops Gustafson for women's Wooden

Oregon star Sabrina Ionescu, who announced last week that she'll return for her senior season, beat out Iowa's Megan Gustafson for the Wooden Award for women's basketball Friday night.

Ionescu takes home the Wooden Award (1:47)
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Projected No. 1 pick Ionescu returning to Ducks

Oregon star guard Sabrina Ionescu is returning for her senior season, writing on The Players' Tribune that the Ducks have "unfinished business" after losing in the Final Four on Friday.

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Oregon guard Sabrina Ionescu, a potential top prospect for the WNBA draft, announced on Saturday that she'll return to school for her senior year.

Cox denies Ionescu (0:26)
Jackson gives Baylor late lead (0:21)
Ionescu drains and-1 three (0:37)
Brown blocks the shot but Oregon gets the lucky bounce (0:32)
Sabally finishes and-1 (0:22)

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Here is one more stat to track: Oregon's Sabrina Ionescu needs 11 assists against Baylor to match LSU's Temeka Johnson (2004) for the most assists ever in a single NCAA Tournament (50). Ionescu has 22 career games with 11 or more assists.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

So much has been made about the contrasting styles between Oregon and Baylor headed into their Final Four matchup. Here is one more thing to keep an eye on: The Bears have not played in many close games, winning on average by 27 points per game. If this game is tight throughout, how will they respond?

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

If Baylor guard DiDi Richards gets the call to defend Oregon triple-double threat Sabrina Ionescu, she has an idea about how she will play her. "I'm going to use my length because I'm taller than most guards, so I'm probably going to give her some space so she won't beat me off the dribble yet still be in her area so she can't just shoot over me or pass around me. And you can't score without the ball in your hands, so we're just not going to let her get the ball."

Kobe analyzes Ionescu's pick-and-roll prowess (1:09)
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Auriemma: Most coaches 'afraid' of their players

UConn's Geno Auriemma said Tuesday during the Women's Final Four teleconference that today's coaches "have to coach with one hand behind their back" for fear of being reported for verbal abuse or losing a player to transfer.

Lobo excited for Oregon vs. Baylor Final Four matchup (0:53)