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January 15, 2011 at 12:45 PM

WNBA’s Candace Parker and Cathrine Kraayeveld talk NFL

Hawks.jpgSorry for posting so late, but here’s the link with Los Angeles star Candace Parker and Seattle native Cathrine Kraayeveld talking about Sunday’s matchup between the Chicago Bears and Seahawks.
Parker, who was born in Illinois, is a lifelong Bears fan. Kraayeveld’s father played for the Seahawks in 1978. She starred at Lake Washington High before playing college hoops at Oregon. She currently plays for the Chicago Sky, causing slight conflict this weekend.
“I love my adopted home of Chicago where fans have been great to me,” Kraayeveld told WNBA.com. “But blood is thicker than water. My dad played for the Seahawks and I grew up a lifelong Hawk fan; gotta stay true to the blue and green.”

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