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Center Forward Zach Braxton attempts to mainti possession of the ball to make a basket during the first half against Antelope Valley. (Ariana Berkemeier / The Signpost)

Q: Where are you from?

A: I was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and raised in Highlands Ranch, Colorado.

Q: What is your major?

A: I am a communications major with an emphasis in public relations and marketing.

Q: What is your lucky number

A: No. 12 is my lucky number. It is kind of a family lucky number. My birthday falls on the 12th, my dads is on the 12th and my parents’ anniversary is on the 12th.

Q: Who is your biggest inspiration?

A: My parents are my biggest inspiration because they both came from big families and weren’t expected to do much. They are both successful in their businesses, and I am inspired by that.

Q: If you were a super hero, what super powers would you have?

A: I would want super-strength because I would love to be as strong as the Disney character Mr. Incredible.

Q: What would you do if you won the lottery?

A: I have a spending problem, so I would have to put a lot of that money away really fast. But I would definitely buy a few cars because I love them.

Q: If you were locked in an elevator with one celebrity, who would it be?

A: I would like to be locked in an elevator with Kobe Bryant, so I could talk to him about basketball.

Q: Favorite professional sports teams?

A: My favorite NFL team would be the Green Bay Packers and for MLB the Chicago Cubs.

Q: If you could go on any reality television show, which one would you choose?

A: “Hell’s Kitchen” because it would be sweet to be a good cook.

Q: Favorite shower jam song

A: “Work” by Rihanna right now, I love that.

Q: What is your greatest achievement so far?

A: I think my greatest achievement so far is making it to college on a basketball scholarship and being a part of my team.

Q: What is your favorite thing about playing WSU basketball?

A: The friends that I have made on the team. We are such a close group of guys, and I love having that relationships with them.

Q: Where do you see yourself in ten years?

A: Hopefully, playing professional basketball somewhere. That’s my dream, and that’s what I hope I get to do.

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