20 QUESTIONS WITH ...
KATIE SMITH
So what do WNBA All-Stars do for fun? If you're Katie Smith, watching "Goonies" will do just fine, but don't even think of playing "Rico Suave." Get to know the Ohio State grad a bit better, as she answers WNBA.com's "20 Questions" (give or take a few ...)
  • Twenty Questions Index
  • Favorite musicians?
    Aaliyah and Eve
    Best song of all time?
    "Sensitivity"
    Worst song of all time?
    "Rico Suave"
    Favorite song to do a karaoke number to?
    "Don't Be Cruel"
    Artists you listen to before a game?
    Cam'ron, Nappy Roots
    Favorite pro athlete (non-WNBA)?
    Kevin Garnett
    Favorite movie?
    "Goonies"
    Sexiest actor?
    Brad Pitt
    Favorite actress?
    Sandra Bullock
    Most influential role model?
    Mom and Dad
    Favorite cheesy movie?
    "Shallow Hal"
    Favorite TV show?
    "Change of Heart"
    What do you like to do to unwind after a game?
    Grab a bite to eat
    Last book you read?
    "Biography of Charles Pelzer"
    Favorite place to visit/spend time?
    Loving Park and home
    Favorite way to stay in shape during the offseason?
    Pick up b-ball

    (Photo by Jennifer Pottheiser/WNBAE/Getty Images)

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