More from The Q&A: Nyeshia Stevenson
The Oklahoma guard had lots of fun stuff to say when I chatted with her for my weekly Q&A.
Here’s some of the outtakes:
Jenni Carlson: You have some pretty diverse literary interests, too — “Harry Potter” and “To Kill a Mockingbird” among them.
Nyeshia Stevenson: “To Kill a Mockingbird,” I had to read that in middle school. Our teacher made us read it together as a class, and I really liked it. We went into depth with it. “Harry Potter,” we read that as a class, too. I’m like, “‘Harry Potter’? I do not want to read this.” And I’m raising my hand, “Can I read? Can I read?” I read the second one on my own and the third one on my own. I didn’t go any further after that because the books got too big.
JC: You have to be a weightlifter to carry around those later books.
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