This or That: Fever Guard Katie Douglas

For the latest edition of our "This or That" feature, new Indiana Fever guard Katie Douglas was asked to give her answers to simple two-option questions. Her responses provide a great deal of insight as to where she comes from, where she's been and what's going on in her mind. It's like basketball's version of a Rorschach Test.

So without further ado, KT, do you prefer this... or that?

Flinstones or Jetsons?

"Flinstones."

Snoopy or Scooby Doo?

"Scooby Doo."

Johnny Drama or Turtle?

Johnny Drama."

Don Johnson or Phillip Michael Thomas?

"Don Johnson."

Oprah or Jerry Springer?

"Oprah."

MC Hammer or Vanilla Ice?

"Vanilla Ice."

Breakfast Club or St. Elmo's Fire?

"Breakfast Club."

James Bond or Austin Powers?

"Austin Powers."

Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton?

"Clinton."

Board games or video games?

"Board games."

East Coast or West Coast?

"East."

Morning or night?

"Night."

Dogs or cats?

"Dogs."

Apple pie or chocolate cake?

"Apple pie."

Chinese or Italian?

"Italian."

Salt or pepper?

"Salt."

Chocolate or vanilla?

"Chocolate."

Sesame Street or Mr. Rogers?

"Sesame Street."

Oscar-winning movie star or Grammy-winning musician?

"Oscar winner."

Who would you want to hang out with: Paris Hilton or Lindsay Lohan?

"Lindsey seems like my kind of girl. She comes from middle class and climbed up to stardom. So I think I can fit in better with her than an heiress."

iPod or cell phone?

"Cell phone, but those are two crucial things."

ESPN or CNN?

"Tough one. ESPN here, CNN overseas."

Wal-Mart or Saks?

"Saks."

Saved By the Bell or Beverly Hills 90210?

"Saved By the Bell."
Rain or snow? "Rain."

Money or fame?

"Money."

Greg Oden or Kevin Durant?

"Oden."

Football or baseball?

"Football."

Superman or Spiderman?

"Spidey, because I watched his movies more."

Laptop or desktop?

"Laptop."

Shorts or pants?

"Pants."

Half empty or half full?

"Half full."

Win or lose?

"Win. Who wants to lose?"

(Photos: NBAE/Getty Images)

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