20 QUESTIONS WITH ...
SWIN CASH
Her favorite non-WNBA athletes are Kevin Garnett and the Williams sisters, and she lists her mom's house as her favorite place to visit. Find out what Detroit Shock forward Swin Cash is like off the court in the latest installment of WNBA.com’s "20 Questions" (give or take a few ...)
  • Twenty Questions Index
  • Favorite Artists?
    Brandy, Yolanda Adams, Whitney Houston
    Best Song of All Time?
    Whitney Houston’s “Greatest Love of All”
    Favorite Song To Do A Karaoke Number To?
    “YMCA”
    What's In Your CD Player Right Now?
    Yolanda Adams, Nelly, “Brown Sugar” soundtrack
    Song/Artist You Listen To Before A Game?
    Yolanda Adams, different variety of music
    Favorite Pro Athlete (non-WNBA)?
    Kevin Garnett and Venus and Serena Williams
    Favorite Movie?
    “The Color Purple”
    Favorite Actor?
    Will Smith, Denzel Washington
    Favorite Actress?
    Angela Bassett
    Favorite TV Show?
    “ComicView” on BET
    Most Influential Role Model?
    My mother
    What Do You Do To Unwind After a Game?
    Usually go home, get something to eat and talk to my mom
    Favorite Place To Visit?
    My mom’s house
    Dream Profession Other Than WNBA Star?
    Actress
    Favorite Way To Stay In Shape In The Offseason?
    Play pick-up basketball with the guys, Tae-Bo, aerobics

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