TIME OUT WITH... ANN WAUTERS
New York's Ann Wauters may be a newcomer in the Big Apple this season, but she is already an experienced New Yorker thanks to "Friends" and "Sex and the City." Get to know the Liberty center in the latest installment of WNBA.comís "Time Out."
  • Time Out Index
  • Favorite U.S. city to visit?
    New York
    Favorite place to visit anywhere in the world?
    Maldives
    Favorite sport other than basketball?
    Tennis
    Favorite athlete?
    Tim Duncan
    Who is your favorite WNBA player?
    Tamika Catchings
    If you could live anywhere, where would it be?
    Australia
    Most influential role model?
    My sister
    What accomplishment are you most proud of?
    Winning European Final Four in 2004
    What languages can you speak?
    Dutch, French, English, German
    How many siblings do you have?
    A sister, Ilse, four years older
    What is the last book you read?
    Tango, by Pieter Aspe
    Favorite movie?
    Antwone Fisher
    Favorite actor and actress?
    Julia Roberts and Densel Washington
    Favorite TV shows?
    "Friends" and "Sex and the City"
    Favorite type of music?
    R&B
    Dream car to own or drive?
    Porsche Boxster
    Favorite food?
    My mom's 'kaaskriketjes'
    What do you like to do to unwind after a game?
    Spend time with family and driends

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