This or That: Mystics F DeLisha Milton-Jones

For the latest edition of our "This or That" feature, Washington Mystics forward DeLisha Milton-Jones 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, DeLisha, do you prefer this... or that?

Morning or night? "Morning."
Rain or snow? "Rain."
Bath or shower? "Bath."
Dogs or cats? "Dogs."
iPod or cell phone? "iPod, because I don't talk on my cell phone. I'm like Phil Jackson."
Mac or PC? "Neither. I don't even use a computer."
Flintstones or Jetsons? "Flintstones."
Oprah or Jerry Springer? "Oprah."
Oscar-winning movie star or Grammy-winning musician? "Movie star."
James Bond or Austin Powers? "Austin Powers."
Saved by the Bell or Beverly Hills 90210? "Saved by the Bell."
Snoopy or Scoobie Doo? "Snoopy."
MTV or VH1? "MTV."
Sesame Street or Mr. Rogers? "Sesame Street."
Superman or Spiderman? "Superman."
Kermit or Miss Piggy? "Kermit."
Johnny Drama or Turtle? "Johnny Drama."
X-Box or PlayStation? "PlayStation."
Don Johnson or Philip Michael Thomas? "Don Johnson."
The Breakfast Club or St. Elmo's Fire? "Breakfast Club."
ESPN or CNN? "Both."
More fun to hang with: Paris Hilton or Lindsay Lohan? "Neither because they're both about to be in jail. They're both jailbirds."
Oden or Durant? "Oden."
MC Hammer or Vanilla Ice? "Neither."
WalMart or Saks? "WalMart."
Diamonds or pearls? "Diamonds."
Hot or cold? "Hot."
Mascots or clowns? "Mascots, I don't like clowns."
Sleep or shop? "Sleep."
Board games or video games? "Board games."
Iced tea or lemonade? "Is the ice tea sweet? Because I'm from the South. Sweet Tea."
Coke or Pepsi? "Neither."
Orange or apple juice? "OJ."
Chocolate or vanilla? "Vanilla."
Sugar or spice? "Sugar."
Chinese or Italian? "Italian."
Football or baseball? "Football."
SUV or sports car? "Both."
Book or magazine? "Magazine."
Boxing or wrestling? "Neither."
East Coast or West Coast? "East Coast, baby."
Barack or Hillary? "Have to go with my girl, Hillary."
Fruits or vegetables? "Fruits."
Apple pie or chocolate cake?
"Apple pie."
Money or fame? "Money."
Ketchup or mustard? "Mustard."
Half empty or half full? "Half full."
Win or lose? "Win."

(Photos: NBAE/Getty Images)

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