Sabrina Ionescu captured the moment once again.

The Oregon women’s basketball superstar capped what she described as the craziest week of her life with another heartfelt speech, this time for a late-night Friday crowd of 12,364 at Matthew Knight Arena instead of the worldwide audience that watched her eulogize Kobe and Gianna Bryant on Monday.

Ionescu was supposed to be the one being honored this time for becoming the first NCAA player, regardless of gender, to finish a career with more than 2,000 points, 1,000 assists and 1,000 rebounds.

Instead, at Ionescu’s direction, the Ducks decided to pay tribute to the Bryant family again with a personalized video documenting their Jan. 26 victory in Corvallis shortly after learning of the tragic helicopter crash.

Ionescu then took the microphone to redefine her “unfinished business” mantra before the team cut down the nets in celebration of its third consecutive outright Pac-12 championship.

“After losing to Baylor, I was coming back hungry to get to another Final Four, win a national championship. That was really the goal up until obviously a month ago,” Ionescu said after scoring 12 points and handing out 12 assists during the 88-57 win over Washington State on Friday night. “Then you kind of realize there are so many more things that are important besides that final outcome. Nothing is really promised, nothing is guaranteed. What we’re building here is really remarkable and something that doesn’t come across very often on the men’s side or the women’s side.

“Just wanting to embrace that and really immerse myself into what we’ve built here and being able to be the best person, on and off the court, that I can. Just making sure I’m more than a basketball player. I’m reaching out in the community and doing my best. That’s really the unfinished business.”

Oregon will finish the regular season at home against Washington on Sunday in front of another sold-out crowd, which will include hordes of fans wearing Ionescu replica jerseys.

Here is a look back at 20 other notable moments from No. 20’s four-year flight with the Ducks:

Nov. 27, 2016, Honolulu — Ionescu finishes with 11 points, 12 rebounds and 11 assists for the first triple-double of her career. The unflappable true freshman also had two steals and only one turnover in 27 minutes to lead the Ducks to a 91-62 victory over San Jose State at the Rainbow Wahine Showdown.

Note: Ionescu’s triple-double was the first by an Oregon player since Stefanie Kasperski had 16 points, 12 rebounds and 10 blocks on Feb. 12, 1988.

Jan. 8, 2017, Berkeley, Calif. — Ionescu returns from a broken thumb and hits a deep 3-pointer to deliver a 69-66 upset of No. 20 California in her first Pac-12 game. The Ducks scored eight points in the last 12 seconds to stun the crowd at Haas Pavilion.

Quote: “I missed all my shots the whole game, but that one went in,” Ionescu, who is from Walnut Creek, Calif., said after her memorable homecoming. “I'm so happy. It's so great to be back home in front of all my friends and family. And I told myself, I'm making this shot, if it comes down to me taking a game-winning shot. And it went in."

March 3, 2017, Seattle — Ionescu finishes with 18 points, including the decisive free throws with 6.4 seconds left, to lead the Ducks to a 70-69 upset of No. 11 Washington in front of a sold-out, purple-clad crowd of 9,686 at KeyArena. The victory in the Pac-12 Tournament semifinal essentially punches Oregon’s ticket to the NCAA Tournament.

Quote: "A little bit, but I've been there a few times,” Ionescu said when asked if she was nervous stepping up to the free-throw line with the game and perhaps an NCAA at-large bid at stake. “So I was just excited that we had a chance to win it at the end, and I didn't have to force up a shot."

March 25, 2017, Bridgeport, Conn. — After 10th-seeded Oregon stunned Temple and Duke to advance to the Sweet 16 for the first time in program history, Ionescu scores a team-high 21 points to go with seven assists and six rebounds in a methodical 77-63 victory over Maryland. The Ducks advanced to the Elite Eight to face No. 1 UConn, losing 90-52, but still gaining the nation’s attention.

Note: Ionescu and the freshmen-led Ducks beat top-10 teams back-to-back (No. 9 Duke, No. 4 Maryland) in the NCAA Tournament and took down six Top-25 teams during the season.

Dec. 31, 2017, Eugene — Ionescu becomes the triple-double queen with 24 points, 14 rebounds and 10 assists in Oregon’s 94-83 victory over Washington. The eighth triple-double of her career sets the career NCAA record for women previously held by Penn State’s Suzie McConnell (1985-88) and St. Mary’s Louella Tomlinson (2008-11) with seven each.

Note: Chastadie Barrs, a senior guard at Lamar, is now second on the women’s all-time triple-double list with nine so far in her career.

Feb. 19, 2018, Eugene — During the game of the year in the Pac-12, Ionescu forced overtime with three clutch free throws and then dominated the extra five minutes as the sixth-ranked Ducks beat No. 10 UCLA 101-94 en route to the regular-season title.

Quote: “Sabrina kind of put us on her back that last five minutes,” coach Kelly Graves said. Ionescu finished with 23 points, 12 assists and no turnovers in 42 minutes. “That's a heck of a win. I"m really proud of our team."

March 3, 2018, Seattle — A month after losing to Stanford in Eugene, Ionescu scores 36 points to lead the Ducks to a 77-57 thrashing of the Cardinal in the Pac-12 Tournament championship game.

Note: The 2018 Ducks are still the only team in program history to win the Pac-12 Tournament. Oregon will be the No. 1 seed at next week’s conference tournament in Las Vegas, where it lost in last year’s title game to Stanford.

Dec. 2, 2018, Eugene — Coming off two consecutive Elite Eight defeats, Ionescu sets the tone early in her junior season with a program-record 17 assists in a 110-48 victory over Long Beach State. The win moves the Ducks to 6-0 on the long road to the Final Four.

Quote: "It was really impressive,” Graves said of Ionescu’s assists record. “She was hunting them, too. I thought that made the team better. Because the team knew, and they were working to be in the right position."

Dec. 18, 2018, Eugene — Ionescu sets a single-game Pac-12 record by going 17-for-17 at the free-throw line during a 29-point performance in Oregon’s victory over No. 4 Mississippi State, which snaps the Bulldogs’ 46-game winning streak against nonconference opponents.

Quote: "We knew we had to stand our ground and be just as tough as they were," Ionescu said. "If not tougher."

Dec. 20, 2018, Eugene — Less than 48 hours after the marquee victory over Mississippi State, Ionescu becomes the NCAA’s career triple-double leader, man or woman, with her 13th. She finishes with 17 points, 13 assists and 11 rebounds in a blowout win over Air Force.

Note: BYU’s Kyle Collinsworth (2012-16) remains a distant second on the NCAA career triple-double leaderboard with 12.

Feb. 10, 2019, Stanford, Calif. — Ionescu finishes with 27 points, nine rebounds and eight assists to pace Oregon during a 88-48 statement victory at Stanford, ending the program’s 29-game losing streak at Maples Pavilion, which dated back to March 5, 1987.

Quote: “We’re used to looking up at the scoreboard with the numbers reversed,” Stanford coach Tara VanDerveer said after suffering the most lopsided loss of her hall of fame career.

March 31, 2019, Portland — After agonizing over the back-to-back Elite Eight losses as a freshman and sophomore, Ionescu finishes with 31 points, eight assists and seven rebounds to lead Oregon to a thrilling 88-84 victory over Mississippi State in the Portland Regional Final at Moda Center to send the Ducks to the Final Four for the first time.

Quote: “That was going in regardless," Ionescu said of her step-back 3-pointer with 1:13 left that gave Oregon an 81-75 lead. “No other way to say it. I wanted to finish this game off the right way. We've come so far. We played so hard that entire game. I knew it was my time to hit a big-time shot.”

Nov. 9, 2019, Eugene — The Ducks were admittedly starstruck by the famous faces, including Sue Bird and Diana Taurasi, in town for an exhibition game. But Ionescu proved she belonged with the game’s best players by scoring 30 points — including a 3-pointer from just inside half court — to will the Ducks to a stunning 93-86 victory over the Olympic favorite U.S. Women’s National Team.

Quote: "We knew they were the best team in the world, the best players in the world," Ionescu said. "We were just wanting to stay within 20. As the game wore on, we started to forget about who they were and what the expectations were."

Dec. 8, 2019, Eugene — Ionescu has another busy day rewriting the Oregon record book, becoming the program’s all-time leader for double-figure scoring games (109) and made 3-pointers (285) in a 95-56 romp over South Dakota State.

Note: Ionescu passed Alison Lang (1980-84) for most double-figure scoring games and former teammate Lexi Bando (2014-18) for most made 3-pointers.

Dec. 16, 2019, Eugene — On a day when freshman Jaz Shelley made a program-record 10 3-pointers, Ionescu grabs a career-high 18 rebounds while recording her 20th career triple-double during a lopsided victory over UC Riverside.

Quote: "She puts in a lot of work," Ionescu said of her understudy Shelley, "and with that comes rewards.”

Jan. 16, 2020, Eugene — During an 87-55 win over Stanford, Ionescu scores a career-high 37 points and becomes Oregon’s all-time leading scorer, breaking the record held by Lang for 36 years.

Quote: "They had Sabrina and we didn't," VanDerveer lamented. "She was phenomenal. She is that good and the people around her are very good also. We have our work cut out for us to be ready for them the next time."

Jan. 24, 2020, Eugene — Ionescu passes Oregon State legend Gary Payton for the Pac-12’s career assists record, men’s or women’s, with nine assists and a game-high 23 points in a victory over the Beavers.

Quote: "We're not really happy splitting wins with them,” Ionescu said of the Beavers. “We're going to have to take that next step, and be an elite team on the road."

Jan. 26, 2020, Corvallis — Ionescu, inconsolable after learning of the death of Kobe Bryant, her mentor for the last year, plays through the tears during Oregon’s 66-57 victory over Oregon State.

Quote: “This season is for him,” Ionescu said. Note: The bittersweet Civil War sweep was completed with the Ducks’ first victory at Gill Coliseum in 10 years.

Feb. 14, 2020, Los Angeles — Ionescu joins Gonzaga’s Courtney Vandersloot as the only players in NCAA history with 2,000-plus career points and 1,000-plus career assists while leading the Ducks to a key victory at then-No. 7 UCLA.

Quote: “When I found out that she was really close, I was excited to share that with her,” said Vandersloot, who also played for Graves. “Knowing she was coach Graves’ player made it that much more special.”

Feb. 24, 2020, Los Angeles/Stanford, Calif. — Ionescu is among the basketball royalty, including Michael Jordan and Shaquille O’Neal, asked to speak during a powerful service for Kobe and Gianna Bryant at the Staples Center. After flying back to the Bay Area, the legend of No. 20 grows as Ionescu records the 26th triple-double of her career while becoming the first player in NCAA history in the 2K/1K/1K club.

“She is in a different stratosphere than everybody else,” Graves marveled. “She is in that same discussion as the greats — LeBron (James), Steph Curry, all the others. She belongs and shows that each and every day by how she competes, how she lives her life, how she goes about all the things she does.”

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