TIME OUT WITH...
KEDRA HOLLAND-CORN
Guard Kedra Holland-Corn, who will return to the Shock this season after helping them to the title in 2003, likes Good Times, her Bible and even her vegetables. Get to know Kedra in the latest installment of "Time Out."
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  • Favorite movie?
    The Color Purple
    Favorite actor/actress?
    Julia Roberts
    Favorite book?
    The Bible
    Favorite TV show?
    Good Times
    Favorite type of music?
    Gospel
    What is your favorite food?
    vegetables - corn and rice mixed together; pinto beans.
    Where are you from originally?
    Houston, Texas
    What other basketball teams have you always liked?
    NBA: Chicago Bulls, College: Duke and Georgia men, Georgia women
    If you could play one-on-one against any athlete in general, who would it be?
    Michael Jordan - It would be an honor to play against the greatest basketball player ever.
    Who have been role models in your life?
    My mom.
    What other sports do you play
    I also like to play tennis with my husband.
    When did you first start playing basketball?
    I started playing in secord or third grade, just hanging around the playground across the street.
    What is one of your favorite moments on the court?
    Going to the Final Four with Georgia in 1995 and winning a WNBA championship with the Shock in 2003.
    Is there a coach that has inspired or helped you most?
    Andy Lander, my college coach. He instilled the importance of having and maintaining a good work ethic.
    What are your hobbies or interests outside of basketball?
    Watch televsion, read, spend time with my husband.
    What other talents are you proud of?
    Public speaking.
    What advice would you offer to young basketball players?
    Follow your dreams and not let anyone or anything get in your way.
    If not a basketball player, what would you be doing?
    Probably coaching, traveling and doing my own camps.
    When your playing career is over, what might you pursue?
    Managing a fitness center, coaching or running camps.

    (Photo by Jesse D. Garrabrandt/NBAE/Getty Images)

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