This or That: Storm Forward Lauren Jackson

For the latest edition of our "This or That" feature, reigning WNBA MVP Lauren Jackson of the Seattle Storm 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, Miss Jackson, do you prefer this... or that?

Money or fame? Money!
Morning or night? Night.
Snoopy or Scooby Doo? Scooby Doo.
Flintstones or Jetsons?
Flintstones.
Coke or Pepsi? Coke.
Bath or shower? Bath.
Chinese or Italian? Italian.
Dogs or cats? I'm an animal lover. I really like both of them.
iPod or cell phone? Jeez! Cell phone. But nowadays you can have your iPod on your cell phone.
Drama or Turtle? No idea what that's in reference to. Don't watch it.
Breakfast Club or St. Elmo's Fire? Breakfast Club.
Don Johnson or Philip Michael Thomas? I don't know who either of them is, but I'll say Don Johnson.
Oscar-winning movie star or Grammy-winning musician? Oscar-winning movie star.
Superman or Spiderman? Superman.
MC Hammer or Vanilla Ice? MC Hammer!
James Bond or Austin Powers? Austin Powers.
Saved by the Bell or 90210? Beverly Hills 90210.
ESPN or CNN? ESPN.
Xbox or PlayStation? PlayStation.
MTV or VH1? VH1.
Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton? Who's that? Oh yeah, yeah, him.
Greg Oden or Kevin Durant?
Kevin Durant, but I like Greg Oden too.
Win or lose? Win.
Half empty or half full? Half… full.

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