(AP) -- Baylor has gotten into quite a pattern over the past few seasons, with deep NCAA tournament runs every other year.
So what happens after the Bears lose more than half of their scoring and half of their rebounding from another Sweet 16 team? They are about to find out.
"I think with our team this year, the great thing is we have a lot of versatility and a lot of depth," coach Scott Drew said. "This year's team, they compete, they work hard every day, and at the same time, really all of them enjoy seeing their teammates score. There's not a ball stopper or someone that really demands the ball."