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February 25, 2020 54 min
Pac-12 Networks’ Ashley Adamson and Mary Murphy recap the week that started with Satou Sabally's decision to forego her senior year and declare for the WNBA draft this April (1:30).  Mary describes the scene at Haas Pavilion Friday night with Steph Curry in attendance as Sabrina Ionescu dropped her 25th triple-double (2:29).  Mary and Ash also talk about the 3 ranked Pac-12 teams being upset over the weekend by unranked opponents (3:44).  

Ash and Mary discuss Sabrina's powerful speech at Staples Center memorializing Kobe Bryant (6:00) and the triple-double performance she put on at No. 4 Stanford later that night (12:00). Mary discusses Stanford's work-in-progress mentality (14:50) and shares how special the Buffs top 25 win over Arizona was on senior day (18:11). 

Washington senior Amber Melgoza joins the show and discusses what it's like to sweep the L.A. schools after so many overtime losses this season (21:35).  The Pac-12 Player of the Week also talks about teammate GiGi Garcia's journey and what her getting to play on Senior Day meant (24:13). Melgoza opens up about her journey with ADHD and the struggles she had adjusting her freshman year (29:35). She also reminisces about her BMX racing growing up (38:00) and praises the performance Sabrina had Monday both on and off the court (42:09).

Mary and Ash discuss the emotional senior day for Bulgarian native Borislava Hristova and the reaction she had seeing a message from her mom (46:23).  In Murphy's Law, Mary warns teams not to dismiss the bottom half of the league (49:34) and breaks down UCLA's potential run in the NCAA tournament (52:25).
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