Q&A: Rebekkah Brunson, Pick #10, Sacramento Monarchs

Q: Have you ever been to Sacramento?

Brunson: No. But I heard itís nice. Iím really excited. Iíve been in [Washington] D.C. my entire life, I think it will be good for me to get away and experience another city.

Q: You got to meet your new teammate, Kara Lawson, here. Was it the first time you met Kara?

Brunson: No, I met her before. She was from the surrounding areas, the metropolitan areas. I always crossed her path in A.A.U. and such.

Q: Who are you most looking forward to playing with?

Brunson: Kara Lawson is great. Sheís a great guard. I think that the team has so many great players, Iíll just be able to learn as much as possible my first year and hopefully later on make an impact.

Q: What position do you think youíre most comfortable playing in the WNBA?

Brunson: I would say the three, like a slasher. I think Iím kind of small to be in the post. So I think Iíll become a three in this league.

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