20 QUESTIONS WITH ...
ANDREA STINSON
If she wasn't a WNBA star, Charlotte's Andrea Stinson would want to run a youth center. Get to know the WNBA veteran and North Carolina State grad in the latest installment of WNBA.com’s "20 Questions" (give or take a few ...)
  • Twenty Questions Index
  • Favorite musician?
    Mary J. Blige
    Best song of all time?
    “If Only You Knew” by Patti LaBelle
    Favorite song to do a Karaoke number to?
    ”I Will Always Love You” by Whitney Houston
    What’s in your CD player right now?
    Richard Smallwood
    Artist you listen to before a game?
    Nellie
    Favorite pro athlete (non-WNBA)?
    Michael Jordan
    Favorite movie?
    ”Money Talks”
    Sexiest actor?
    Morris Chestnut
    Favorite actress?
    Angela Bassett
    Favorite TV show?
    ”Martin”
    Favorite cheesy movie?
    ”Hey Arnold!”
    What do you like to do to unwind after a game?
    Watch tv
    Favorite place to visit/spend time?
    The top of the Empire State Building
    Dream profession, other than being a WNBA All-Star?
    Running a youth center
    Favorite way to stay in shape during the offseason?
    Working out

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