Q. What strengths, qualities or skills will you bring or add to a WNBA team?
Strother: "I'm a tall guard and I can play inside and outside. Depending on who's guarding me, I can go inside with some effectiveness. That is something I've been working on and do more of now. I'd also say I'm tough, a good leader, competitive and I've played with great players."
Baker: Most importantly, my quickness. God has blessed me with speed, which is rare. I hope to use that to my advangtage and was able to show I could at the collegiate level.

Q. What skills do you feel you still need to improve or work on at the next level?
Baker: "Well, the season is longer, with up to three games a week, so I want to improve my stamina, conditioning and fitness."
Strother: "Going to the basket more and just getting stronger. Rebounding is something I can work with my height. When I match up against shorter players, I need to use size to my advantage."

Q. What do you expect to be some of the biggest challenges/adjustments at the next level?
Strother: "Picking up and moving somewhere and not knowing anyone. That's not a bad thing, but I'm excited. With different and new people, I'll have to get out of the UConn.
Baker: "More physical and more intense. So I need to suck it up and keep going. I'm going to back down to anyone."

Q. Are there any specific teams you would like to play for?
Baker: "I'll play for anyone that will draft me."
: "Any team with a UConn player would be nice, so there are options... Dee, Sue, Tamika, Swin... or any great point guard like Ticha Penicheiro."

Q. Is there a current or past WNBA players you model your game after/look up to?
Strother: "Playing with Dee, she was the most talented player I've played with and such an amazing leader."
Baker: "I worked out with Lady Harmon last summer and I love her game. She is a great model, and you know she went to Georgia."

Q. What will you remember most about your college experience?
Baker: "My teammates. We had a great bond. I really don't want to lose touch because we're all so close. I'll also miss the college atmosphere... the football games, the friends and hanging out."
Strother: "My teammates, definitely. Also, the Championships were unbelieveable. But my teammates are people I'll be in touch with forever. We have such strong friendships."

Q. What WNBA player are you most looking forward to playing against or meeting?
Baker: "Sheryl Swoopes' game is great. Also, Tweety Nolan is a Georgia alum who has elevated her game so much."

Q. What is the best piece of advice you have ever received?
Baker: "Any situation you're in, never give up - something my AAU coach said."

Q. What type of profession/field would you be interested in pursuing after your career?
Strother:" Something working with kids. I was a psychology major."
Baker: "I'm majoring in speech communications, and I'll pursue that. Or sports broadcasting."