If you could have dinner with any three people in history, who would they be and why?
"I would have dinner with the King and Princess of Spain and my grandfather. My grandfather passed away four years ago and I would like to tell him all that I have experienced in these last four years."
What would you do with a $1 million?
"I would travel around the world. I would buy houses in Valencia (Spain), Greece, and Africa. Maybe I would buy one in America [laughs]. I would also donate money to children in third world countries."
In they were making a movie about your life, what actress would play you?
"Probably Angelina Jolie. I think she is a really strong woman and goes after everything she wants."
If you could be Coach McKeown for day what would you do?
"Cancel practice [laughs]. No, I would run practice my way. Do some five-on-five, four-on-four and some three-on-three drills. I would go out to dinner. Oh yeah, I would take his car and drive around town and make sure everyone saw me in it."
What's your favorite meal"
"Tortilla totata as an appetizer. For a drink I would have Sangria, non-alcoholic of course [laughs] and the main course would be Paiaya."
Anything for dessert?
What's one thing your teammates would be surprised to know about you?
"I don't think they know that I did two years of ballet and gymnastics. I also did judo and had an orange belt and a green belt. They wanted to make me a professional."
If you could be on any reality TV show, which one would you want to be on and why?
"I would want to be on the one where the woman gets to choose from all the hot guys."
"Yeah, The Bachelorette. I'm sure that out of all of those guys I would like one and then I would have a boyfriend."
Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
"Married with one kid and another on the way. Living in Spain and being involved with basketball."
What's the most surprising aspect of American culture?
"The distance between people here. Sometimes people can be really cold, you know not very affectionate. It is the complete opposite in Spain. Everyone is very close."
If you played fellow countrywomen and former GW stars Noelia Gomez and Elisa Aguilar one-on-one who would win?
"I would win of course! [laughs] No, they are both very good players and I think it would be close, but I would win."
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