Even though she is admittedly not very good at it, Sacramento's Rebekkah Brunson is going to keep on singing. Get to know the Georgetown grad in the latest "Time Out."
  • Time Out Index
  • If you could play one-on-one against any player, who would it be?
    "Tamika Catchings, because I admire her game."
    Who has been a role model for you in basketball?
    "More so on a personal level, my college assistant coach always led me in the right direction with positive advice."
    Who have been major non-basketball influences in your life?
    "My mom - she struggled to support four children and I want to succeed to show her she did a great job."
    When did you first become interested in basketball?
    "I began to love the game at age 14 and knew I wanted to play basketball as long as my body would allow."
    Favorite movie?
    "Above the Rim"
    Favorite actor?
    "Brad Pitt"
    Favorite actress?
    "Angelina Jolie"
    Favorite song of all time?
    "Mercury Fallen, Sting"
    Favorite TV show?
    "Forensic Files!"
    Favorite book?
    "The Bluest Eye."
    Worst song of all time?
    "Anything by Jennifer Lopez"
    Favorite song to sing karaoke?
    "Anything - I sound bad doing all of them."
    Favorite place to spend time?
    "My bed."
    Favorite food?
    Favorite color?
    What other talents are you proud of?
    "My lovely voice. Actually, I can't sing to save my life but I have fun annoying people with it."
    What do you do in your spare time?
    "I love movies, enjoy playing pool and shopping."
    Do you have a favorite moment on the court?
    "Every moment on the court is special to me."
    What causes do you support?
    "In college, I volunteered with an elementary school and frequently help out at homeless shelters and food kitchens."
    If you were not a basketball player, waht would you be?
    "I would likely be in the FBI trying to climb up the ladder in the Forensics Division."
    What might you pursue when your playing career is over?
    "Running a non-profit organization in Washington DC. Our youth need guidance."

    (Photo by Rocky Widner/NBAE/Getty Images)

    E-mail this story