Lady Bears in early stages of point guard search

WACO, Texas (KWTX) The Baylor women's basketball team held its first official practice Monday leading up to the start of the 2018-19 season. The Lady Bears are coming off a Big 12 regular season and conference tournament championship and a 13th trip to the Sweet 16.

After Kristy Wallace graduated, Alexis Morris was expected to be the team's point guard going forward. But since Morris was dismissed from the team last month, it's a vacancy head coach Kim Mulkey didn't expect to see on her roster.

La Vega's Juicy Landrum, LSU transfer Chloe Jackson and freshman Honesty Scott-Grayson are all expected to compete. With that being said, if one of them runs the point, it doesn't mean the others won't be on the floor at the same time.

"You can't play quarterback and you can't play point guard if you don't open your mouth," Baylor head coach Kim Mulkey said. "You have to be a general out there, and you have to know what everybody is supposed to be doing. That is the hardest part with those three is making them open their mouth."