The basketball has stopped, but the news flows

More awards:

Sabrina Ionescu has won the Wooden Award for the second straight year.

Ionescu has won all five major player awards this season.

The Naismith starting five: Sabrina Ionescu, Aari McDonald, Ruthy Hebard, Satou Sabally and Aliyah Boston.

College team news:

Baylor is continuing its dynasty.

Syracuse has reloaded for next season.

AD’s say smaller schools are better suited to weather coronavirus fallout.

College player news:

Sabrina Ionescu said her pro shoe endorsement is between Nike, Under Armor and Puma.

Oregon State’s Mikayla Pivec has pivoted from her NCAA disappointment to lending a helping hand.

Kamiah Smalls has left a legacy at JMU.

Mississippi State’s Chloe Bibby has entered the transfer portal.

Jayla James has transferred from Penn State to Michigan State.

Oklahoma recap: though she was terrific, Stacey Dales made everybody else better, too.

College coach news:

C. Vivian Stringer will receive the “legends of coaching” award.

Will the Vic Schaefer hire cause Title IX fallout at Texas?

Matthew Mitchell says he’s not leaving Kentucky for Mississippi State.

UCLA assistant coach Shannon Perry-LeBeauf finds family in basketball.

Itoro Coleman is Marquette’s new assistant coach.

Kristie Ward-Cangelosi has resigned at Florida Southwestern State.

Omaha will announce their new coach tomorrow.

WNBA and international news:

The WNBA was ascending before the coronavirus pandemic. What happens now?

Why Tamika Catchings is the WNBA’s GOAT. (What I’ve been saying for so many years)

Sydney Wiese has been getting unwavering support as she recovers from coronavirus.

Sun coach Curt Miller says he wasted years not being a role model for the LGBT community.

Han Xu is showcasing the spirit of China early in her career.