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30-second Timeout with ... Jameelah Wallace, Hammond girls basketball forward

Hammond's Jameelah Wallace currently leads the Golden Bears' girls basketball team with an 8.1 points per game average this winter. The sophomore forward scored a career-high 17 points against Marriotts Ridge Jan. 11. She recently took some time out to catch up with us.

*Click on answers for multimedia links*

TV show that you can't miss:

American Idol

Best on the court moment:

Hitting a 3-pointer in a game with the Ravens AAU

Hobby that most people don’t know that you enjoy?

I like to model

If I weren’t playing basketball I would be playing…?

Volleyball

Favorite athlete:

Brittney Griner

Favorite movie:

The Blind Side

Hardest class you’ve every taken?

Geometry

What I want to be when I get older?

An orthodontist

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