Michelle Snow of the Houston Comets checked in to answer some questions from her WNBA.com Playoffs Mailbox. Here's what she had to say during the Comet's first round series against the Seattle Storm.

Snow and the Comets returned to the postseason after missing out in '04.
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Q. FIRST OFF, LOVED YOU @ TENNESSEE. SECOND HUGE FAN OF YOU, SHERYL, TINA AND JANETH. QUESTION --- DO YOU THINK THAT THE COMETS WILL TAKE IT ALL THIS YEAR? HUGE TENNESSEE AND COMETS FAN!!!!!!!!!!
-Big Red

MICHELLE SNOW: "Yes. if we remain focused and continue to play together, we have everything needed for a championship run."

Q. Hey, ur one of my favorite players ever! but i need some advice.... i play for my high school and this year i have to play center and power forward. Now last year i was a power forward and that not the problem, the problem is i'm about 5'8'' and have to be a center. can you give me some tips on focusing for on that cause i'm excitied about doin something new but i don't want to make a fool about myself on the court.... i do that enough off the court lol. so any advice is good thanks and keep playing like the amazing player that you are.
-Kari
SNOW: "Your height is an advantage against other players. You can face them up in the post and short corner and use your speed to go around them. On defense, you can also use your speed to get steals."

Q. How was it playing for Pat Summit?Is she ever nice?
-Micele
SNOW: "Coach Summitt is very nice and caring. She developed our mental and physical game (basketball). She also developed us into productive women who excel in life...100% graduation rate."

Q. Michelle, do you think or will you try to dunk the ball in the playoffs since you didn't in the regular season? I know you can do it-
Ronnie

SNOW: "If I could get a dollar for every time I get this question, I wouldn't have to play basketball...LOL. Honestly, I don't know. Only God knows."

Q. Hey girl, I was just wondering how you feel going into the playoffs against the defending champs. Go Comets! Pearland, Houston we all family. Good luck in the playoffs! I'm ready to see another WNBA Champions banner and a NBA one too.
-Nancy

SNOW: "Different season and a new team. The (Seattle) team that won last year is very different from this year's team. Our team is also very different with only four returning players. The team with the most heart will win."

Q. Throughout the season. I was wondering, being that you are an up and coming STAR in the WNBA how does it feel to play with the Olympians on your team? Do you feel extra pressure to preform at the top level with them playing around you? Good Luck in the Playoffs!!
-Kristy

SNOW: "Playing with Olympians is very demanding. It leaves little room for error, but if you're up to the challenge, you can learn a lot while developing amongst the best to ever pay the game. It's not pressure, but an opportunity."

Q. Michelle, I would just like to say that your game has really gone to another level. You are one of the most exciting players to watch, you can tell that you have a lot of heart! I have been to all the Comets game and I have to say last night against L.A. all of you were sensational. If you keep that kind of momentum going into the playoffs on Tuesday no one will be able to touch you. How excited are to go to the playoffs for the first time, are you nervous or on cloud nine?
-Fan from Houston
SNOW: "Going into the playoffs, I am very focused. There's no time to be nervous. You'll get beat by the veteran or experienced teams (if nervous). Excitement leads to satisfaction with making it and a focus to win. Cloud nine comes when you hold up the championship trophy."