Time Out With... Quianna Chaney
Quianna Chaney played guard for four years at LSU making the SEC All-Academic team in 2006 and 2007 and averaging 14.4 points a game her senior year. She was drafted in the second round by the Chicago Sky, where she has been teaming with LSU teammate Sylvia Fowles in the Windy City. Let's get to know Quianna a bit better in this version of "Time Out."
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  • What is your full name?
    "Quianna Nehma Chaney."
    Do you have any nicknames?
    "Q. Just Q."
    When and where were you born?
    "April 14, 1986, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana."
    Where did you go to college?
    "LSU! In my hometown."
    What did you major in at school?
    "General Studies."
    Do you have any brothers or sisters?
    "I have two older brothers, Eric, who is 29 and Jamie, who is 28, and one sister, Kayla, who is 16."
    What are your parents names?
    "My dad's name is Douglas, and my mom, who is a teacher, is named Brenda."
    What are your hobbies outside of basketball?
    "I like to play video games, especially the Wii. I like playing cards, fishing and camping too."
    Before basketball, what other jobs have you held?
    "I used to work at a doctor's office."
    How would you describe yourself?
    "I think I'm outgoing, silly, sweet, unique... one of a kind, you know?"
    How would others describe you?
    "I hope they would say i"m outgoing, silly, kind, loving and caring."
    What are your plans professionally when your playing career is over?
    "I think I would love coaching."
    What is your favorite food? "Smothered pork chops with rice and gravy! What can I say, I'm a Southern girl."
    What is you favorite color?
    "Brown."
    What is your favorite movie?
    "What's Love Got To Do With It."
    What is your favorite book?
    "Green Eggs and Ham. :) "
    What is your favorite TV show?
    "Law and Order SVU."
    Who is your favorite actor?
    "Matt Damon."
    Who is your favorite actress?
    "Angelina Jolie."
    Who is your favorite musician or artist?
    "Lil' Boosie."

    (Photos: Gary Dineen/NBAE/Getty Images)

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