I think, overall, the name 'The Storm' in Seattle has just continued to grow. It has now become not just an afterthought that we have a WNBA team here: it has become a part of the 'fabric' of our sports society.
I don't eat dairy, and I've been gluten-free ever since I took a blood test that showed I have a mild allergy to gluten.
Something I've been starting to use almost every day is a blood flow restriction system for my legs. It's good for recovery and strength.
Going to Jerusalem was an amazing experience... I spent most of my time in Tel Aviv. Gorgeous.
Be a gunner? Me? I don't think I can do it. But I'll go for whatever the assist record is.
I've been really fortunate to go, and it's exciting. You're going to the White House. I remember first walking into the room to meet President Obama and the aura... It's insane.
Jay-Z, for a lot of reasons, will always be my favorite. But actually, in terms of what I listen to, it bends towards hip-hop, but I like everything. The only thing I don't really love is country, but everything else I'm a huge fan of.
I'm a big proponent of taking care of yourself.
I think I'd really like to live in Israel. Even for someone like myself who is not that into religion, you go to Israel, and it's breathtaking in a lot of ways.
I was probably 7 or 8 when I went to see the Bulls play and was able to see Michael Jordan.
I definitely eat carbs. I repeat: I do eat carbs. I'm just selective on which carbs I eat and when. I won't eat things like pasta and bread at night, but in terms of fueling a workout and recovering from one, carbs are great.
I've been on extremely talented teams that just don't click, and I've also been on team with a little bit less talent, but they clicked, and because they clicked, they did better than other talented teams I've been on.
The one thing you learn is when you can step out of your comfort zone and be uncomfortable, you see what you're made of and who you are.
New York is like a melting pot: so many different people, so many different cultures.
'The Body Issue' is celebrating athletes' bodies, different sizes, different shapes... For me it's a celebration, and it's an honor to be in it.
There's something about dominant teams that draws fans in. People like to see this; they like to witness dominance.
Ten years from now, we'll still be talked about as the first gay couple that ESPN had in 'The Body Issue.' You might not realize, in the moment, the impact that something like that can have. Every now and then, when you talk to people and hear the reactions, maybe we helped somebody.
I read 'Twilight' when I was overseas. I actually liked it. I didn't expect to, because I generally don't like fantasy like that because it's far-fetched, but I liked it. It's pretty good.
There's been so many stories throughout the league where teams have started off poorly and ended up in the Finals. Or teams starting out great and not making the playoffs.
I think it's hard to compare the NBA and the WNBA, but the thing about the NBA is they just have a ton of movement every year, but the WNBA doesn't. Free agency is not set up that way; the money is obviously not set up that way, so when one player moves, it could set the stage for, literally, like, six or seven years.