On the Road With...
Chicago’s Brooke Wyckoff

After growing up in Ohio and going to college in Florida, Chicago Sky forward Brooke Wyckoff then spent two years in Orlando and three season in Connecticut before arring in Chicago as an original member of the Sky prior to the 2006 season. Back in the midwest, Wyckoff loves living in the big city, and even likes traveling to other big cities while playing in the WNBA. And every time she and the Sky hit the road to play in a WNBA city for the first time, they make history. Talk about paving the way...

Q. What are some of your favorite countries you've gotten to travel to?
"I lived and played in Spain for a number of years. I even learned to speak Spanish relatively well. It was really a great time and a wonderful experience for me."

Brooke Wyckoff packed her bags and moved halfway across the country in the offseason.
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Q. What is one place you haven't been that you would like to see?
"I would like to see the Caribbean, maybe some of the islands. I've been to the Cayman Islands. I would also love to see Prague. I have heard that it is a beautiful city and so full of life."

Q. So if you had a choice, would you prefer to be nn a beach, hiking and camping out or visiting a museum?
"I am definitely a beach person. I love it."

Q. So what are your favorite WNBA cities to visit?
"I really love being in New York City. I am a city girl and New York is the ultimate city."

Q. What is the best WNBA city to go out shopping? Do you have any favorite stores?
"New York is obviously great, but Chicago is not bad. The Magnificent Mile is great, but they have everything there that you could possibly want."

Q. What are the best places to shop and dine out in Chicago?
"The restaurants in Chicago are so good. Obviously I love the pizza. It's amazing. There is also some great sushi, which I really love. As far as going out and having fun, Chicago is a big city with many options. I've been down on Rush Street a bunch of times."

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