2017 Lynx Thanksgiving Questionnaire

We’ve asked a few Lynx players some of their favorite things about Thanksgiving, their favorite food 

What’s your favorite Thanksgiving dish?

Maya Moore

  • Mac and cheese (Great Grandmother’s recipe)

Jia Perkins

  • Collard greens

Renee Montgomery

  • Hmmm.. . . That’s a tough one, but I’m going to have to go with dressing.

Lindsay Whalen

  • Sweet potatoes

Sylvia Fowles

  • My favorite Thanksgiving dish is fried turkey.

What’s your favorite Thanksgiving tradition?

Maya Moore

  • Just being together with my family.

Jia Perkins

  • Eating lots of food and watching football.

Renee Montgomery

  • I love how we all eat together, then fall asleep together watching whichever game is on at that time.

Lindsay Whalen

  • Watching football with family.

Sylvia Fowles

  • Spending time with my siblings, nieces and nephews.

How early is it to switch to stretchy pants?

Maya Moore

  • You have to come prepared . . . Come stretch-ready!

Jia Perkins

  • Right after I eat.

Renee Montgomery

  • You don’t switch. You start in stretchy pants.

Lindsay Whalen

  • Wear stretchy pants all day! Much easier.

Sylvia Fowles

  • It’s never too early to switch into the stretchy pants.

Do you try to get a workout in?

Maya Moore

  • I do before and after the holiday.

Jia Perkins

  • No workout here. Maybe next time.

Renee Montgomery

  • A workout? The only thing I workout is my jaw as I chew more leftovers.

Lindsay Whalen

  • Yes, I will be working out on Thanksgiving!

Sylvia Fowles

  • I get a bike ride in the morning of so when it’s time to eat I don’t feel as bad.

What’s the best Thanksgiving leftover?

Maya Moore

  • Mac and cheese, collard greens and some turkey!

Jia Perkins

  • Everything that was on my plate from the day before.

Renee Montgomery

  • Again, I’m going to have to go with my favorite and say dressing. Dressing is the MVP of Thanksgiving.

Lindsay Whalen

  • Turkey sandwiches on Hawaiian bread rolls with Miracle Whip and cranberry sauce!

Sylvia Fowles

  • The best Thanksgiving leftover is the yam, macaroni and cheese, green and stuffing all mixed together.