Sabrina Ionescu, Kelly Graves share Oregon women's basketball storylines to follow in 2019-20




 

Pac-12 Networks' Jill Savage interviews women's hoops guard Sabrina Ionescu and coach Kelly Graves during Oregon's win over Nevada on Saturday at Autzen Stadium. Ionescu, who has eight career triple-doubles, discusses the outlook for her senior season in Eugene.

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