Sunday Trivia

Sunday Trivia

By Lance Tominaga, ESPN Honolulu Web Editor.

Happy Sunday! Here’s another round of sports trivia to close out your weekend. This time around, we mix things up a bit, spotlighting different sports (basketball, football, volleyball, baseball, boxing, golf, etc.) and including both national and local trivia questions. Have fun!

1. What NFL team originally drafted John Elway?

2. Danny Ainge won two NBA championships as a player and another as an executive. Before joining the NBA, however, he played baseball for what major league team?

3. What Hawaii high school did 2008 Olympic decathlon gold medalist Bryan Clay attend?

4. Who was the first professional fighter to defeat Sugar Ray Leonard?

5. Who did play by play for the very first Rainbow Wahine volleyball match to be televised statewide from the Blaisdell Arena?

6. Tiger Woods won the 1997 Masters Tournament by a record 12 strokes. Who came in second?

7. Who holds the University of Hawaii record for most passing touchdowns in a single game?

8. Name the current NBA point guard whose father won Olympic gold in the triple jump.

9. What sports movie features the characters “Ray Kinsella” and “Terence Mann?

10. What NBA team drafted University of Hawaii “Fabulous Five” Star Bob Nash in 1972?

11. Where did legendary NFL running back Walter Payton play in college?

12. Which team won Super Bowl III?

 

ANSWERS:

1. Baltimore Colts

2. Toronto Blue Jays

3. Castle H.S.

4. Roberto Duran

5. Don Robbs

6. Tom Kite

7. Nick Rolovich (with 8)

8. Mike Conley, Jr.

9. “Field of Dreams”

10. Detroit Pistons

11. Jackson State

12. New York Jets

#          #          #