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Topic - Odyssey Sims
Last year had the 'Big Three' with Brittney Griner, Elena Delle Donne and Skylar Diggins leading the way at the WNBA draft. This time it's Stanford's Chiney Ogwumike and Baylor's Odyssey Sims who are the consensus top two picks.
An unprecedented season for Notre Dame and coach Muffet McGraw has led the Fighting Irish to a familiar place.
The last time Baylor and Kentucky met, they played one of the most exciting games in the history of women's basketball.
There will be no return trip to the NCAA Final Four for California.
Nina Davis and Odyssey Sims put on a quite a show for Baylor coach Kim Mulkey to watch from home.
Everything seems pretty much the same for perennial national power Baylor, with another Big 12 title and a No. 2 seed in hand headed into the NCAA women's tournament.
Oklahoma State seemed on the verge of catching Baylor for nearly the entire game on Sunday.
It didn't take long for Baylor to establish that this meeting with Kansas would be much different than the previous one.
Kansas couldn't duplicate the magic from its biggest win of the season.
Baylor senior guard Odyssey Sims, the nation's leading scorer at 29.6 points per game, has been picked as the Big 12 Player of the Year by the league's coaches.
Iowa State knew it would have to play its best to even have a shot against No. 9 Baylor - which blew out the Cyclones by 38 points two weeks ago.
Sherri Coale knows what it's like to be down by a bunch and rally for a win. Her Oklahoma Sooners almost pulled off a miraculous comeback against Baylor before falling short.
Even with a huge lead in the second half, Baylor coach Kim Mulkey wasn't comfortable. She wasn't surprised when Oklahoma made a run to challenge the Lady Bears and make a game of it.
Hallie Christofferson caught a pass right in front of the basket, turned to avoid a Baylor defender and rose toward the front of the rim with nobody around her.
First-year Texas Tech coach Candi Whitaker came out of her team's latest loss to No. 7 Baylor far more upbeat than she did last month after a trouncing in Waco
"We truly have something special being so young," Sims said. "It's hard not to think about it when playing with this team and knowing how much talent and ability everybody has, and what they are capable of doing."
"Going back home, that means a lot just to know we're still going to have a lot of fans," said freshman point guard Odyssey Sims, one of three Baylor players from the Dallas-Fort Worth area. "Our Baylor fans, they love us. They'll be there. And I have a lot of family there."