Eddy Ionescu, Sabrina's twin brother, takes fans along in his journey to Oregon’s first Women’s Final Four in Tampa Bay, Florida through videos and photos on NBC Sports Northwest’s Instagram and Twitter.
"There are Duck fans literally everywhere," Eddy said. "On the plane with me, all around here! Morale is super high."
“Morale is high” as @OregonWBB preps for the Final Four in Tampa Bay! Great photo from @bballeddy_4 👀— NBC Sports Northwest (@NBCSNorthwest) April 5, 2019
Sabrina hanging out with mom (bottom left), Will Graves, Max Graves, and one of her friends at the hotel🏀 #GoDucks #WFinalFour @sabrina_i20 pic.twitter.com/jGZDVO17RQ
THE STAGE IS SET 🦆@bballeddy_4, @sabrina_i20’s twin brother, is sharing these behind-the-scenes photos as @OregonWBB gears up for its first #WFinalFour— NBC Sports Northwest (@NBCSNorthwest) April 5, 2019
Stay tuned for more exclusive photos/videos from Eddy on NBCS Northwest’s Twitter & Instagram! #GoDucks pic.twitter.com/jLsEElFnSR
Eddy booked his return flight to Eugene, Oregon on Monday, in confidence in his sister and the Ducks.
After transferring from City College of San Francisco, Eddy is now Sabrina’s roommate in Eugene. Eddy stands at 6-foot-5, six inches taller than his sister and 18 minutes younger. The shooting guard hopes to walk on the Ducks men’s basketball team, loves Oregon already and thought it would rain more in Eugene. Of course, the two hoopers live a stone’s throw away from Matthew Knight Arena.
Eddy’s unique perspective gives incredible insight into Sabrina’s past as a first-generation Romanian and future, as she weighs the decision to go professional or not.