YouTube: Candace Parker is "a girly tomboy"

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This is the first of two posts of an "In my own words" feature on FSN Prime Ticket, which is a cable network in the Los Angeles market. In his this interview Candace Parker tells her athletic life story, including describing herself as "a girly tomboy" when she was a youngster growing up in Naperville.

Parker also explained that Ron Harper, not Michael Jordan, was her favorite Bulls player.

In part two, Candace Parker backs down from singing a Little Mermaid song after claiming she new all of them. She also said the following phrase: "Grandma, you can't listen to Wu-Tang." That's good stuff.

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hey candace i think i have left a conmment in every single one of your conmments thinggys. I want you to know that your my favorite basketball player in the world. I know you here this for alot of other people. But im ture to my word. im 12 years old,hopeing i could see you one day. Im a basketball player as well and i play for my middle skool team. so i just wanted to tell you that bye

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