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101dMechelle Voepel

UConn trio leads way in mock draft

After Breanna Stewart and Moriah Jefferson, there's a ton of speculation about which players will be picked in the first round of Thursday's WNBA draft (ESPN2, 7 p.m. ET).

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103dKatie Barnes

Banham ready to take game to next level

Whether scoring 60 points in a game or getting high praise from Kobe Bryant, Rachel Banham turned heads all season long. Now Minnesota's scoring phenom is expected to be a first-round WNBA pick.

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Banham edges Smith in 3-point championship (1:30)

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Minnesota's Rachel Banham just edged Georgia Tech's Adam Smith in the head-to-head of men's and women's shootout champs.

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Which Teams Were Winners And Losers In Thursday's Games?

Conference tournament play in four of the power five conferences Thursday brought changes to the bracket as teams took advantage of -- or fell short in -- opportunities to improve their resumes.

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Stewart leads 6 seniors among Wooden finalists

Breanna Stewart, who has helped UConn to a 66-game win streak and three straight national titles, is one of six seniors on the Wooden Award list of 15 finalists released Friday.

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141d

Early Champ Week Losses Costly In Bracketology

Championship Week is only two days old, but losses dropped Minnesota and Rachel Banham to the "next four out" category and cost Georgia two seed lines in Charlie Creme's updated field of 64.

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Early Champ Week Losses Costly In Bracketology

Championship Week is only two days old, but losses dropped Minnesota and Rachel Banham to the "next four out" category and cost Georgia two seed lines in Charlie Creme's updated field of 64.

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141dCharlie Creme

Creme: Thursday's bracketology winners and losers

Conference tournament play in four of the power five conferences Thursday brought changes to the bracket as teams took advantage of -- or fell short in -- opportunities to improve their résumés.

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Northwestern bounces Banham, Minnesota from Big Ten tournament (1:08)
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Top Seeds Remain The Same In Bracketology

Back-to-back losses dropped Ohio State from a No. 2 seed as Charlie Creme checks in with an updated 64-team projection. Championship Week opens Wednesday as five tournaments tip off.

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Maryland crushes Banham, Minnesota (0:49)
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Kobe Bryant on Banham: 'She can play'

Minnesota's Rachel Banham is trying to engineer some more props like this from Kobe today against No. 6 Maryland on ESPN2.

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Rachel Banham got a special shout-out after her 52 point game earlier this week (1:18)
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Are the Lady Vols on the bubble? (2:38)
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Banham, Minnesota upset No. 5 Ohio State, 90-88

Rachel Banham scored 35 points in her final game at Williams Arena and Carlie Wagner scored with 0.8 seconds left in overtime to lift Minnesota to a 90-88 victory over No. 5 Ohio State on Wednesd

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Syracuse climbs into top 16 in Bracketology

Syracuse replaced Florida as a early-round host, Tennessee dropped to a No. 7 seed and Minnesota and Duke remained out of Charlie Creme's 64-team projection.

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152dCharlie Creme

Creme: Breaking down the bubble teams

Will Rachel Banham's super season have to settle for the WNIT? Will Duke miss the NCAA tournament for the first time since 1994? Charlie Creme sorts out 13 teams on both sides of the bubble.

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153dMechelle Voepel

Delle Donne appreciates Banham's game

Is it great to have a green light as a shooter? What's the pressure like when shouldering the scoring load? Elena Delle Donne knows what Minnesota's high scorer, Rachel Banham, is going through.

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Kobe has high praise for Minnesota's Rachel Banham (0:29)
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Minnesota's Banham scores 52 in loss

Rachel Banham, who earlier this month tied the NCAA single-game record with 60 points, put up 52 in Minnesota's 114-106 loss to Michigan State to become the Big Ten's all-time leading scorer.