20 QUESTIONS WITH ...
STACEY DALES-SCHUMAN
The third overall pick in the 2002 WNBA Draft, Stacey Dales-Schuman quickly proved that Steve Nash isn't the only basketball star from Canada. Get to know the Mystics guard in the latest installment of WNBA.com’s "20 Questions" (give or take a few ...)
  • Twenty Questions Index
  • Favorite musician?
    Counting Crows
    Best song of all time?
    ”True Companion” by Marc Cohn
    What’s in your CD player right now?
    Red Hot Chili Peppers
    Artist you listen to before a game?
    Godsmack
    Favorite pro athlete (non-WNBA)?
    Mario Lemieux
    Favorite movie?
    ”Pretty Woman”
    Sexiest actor?
    Matthew McConaughey
    Favorite actress?
    Julia Roberts
    Favorite TV show?
    ”Breed All About It”
    Beauty product you can’t live without?
    Neutrogena face moisturizer
    What do you like to do to unwind after a game?
    Talk with my husband
    Most influential role model?
    Parents
    Last book you read?
    ”Summer Light”
    Favorite place to visit/spend time?
    Canada
    Favorite way to stay in shape during the offseason?
    Swim and jog

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