20 QUESTIONS WITH ...
TAMECKA DIXON
She likes playing video games to unwind after a game and enjoys cross-training to stay in shape during the offseason. Get to know Tamecka Dixon in the latest installment of WNBA.com’s "20 Questions" (give or take a few ...)
  • Twenty Questions Index
  • Favorite musician?
    Too many to list!
    Worst song of all time?
    “Funky Cold Medina”
    Favorite song to do a Karaoke number to?
    “Lean on Me”
    What’s in your CD player right now?
    Nore, Truth, Camron
    Artist you listen to before a game?
    Styles
    Favorite movies?
    ”The Color Purple” and “Breakin' 2”
    Favorite cheesy movie?
    ”Weird Science”
    Sexiest actor?
    Taye Diggs
    Favorite actress?
    Jada Pinkett
    Favorite TV show?
    ”The Real World”
    Beauty product you can’t live without?
    Mac lip gloss
    What do you like to do to unwind after a game?
    Play video games
    Favorite place to visit/spend time?
    Back home in Jersey
    Favorite web site?
    NABCO.org
    Most influential role model?
    Father
    Last book you read?
    ”No Disrespect”
    Dream profession other than being a WNBA All-Star?
    Music producer
    Favorite way to stay in shape during the offseason?
    Cross-training

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