Sunday Trivia

Sunday Trivia

By Lance Tominaga, ESPN Honolulu Web Editor.

Happy Sunday! As you get your fill of the day’s NFL action, be sure to take some time to test your general sports knowledge with this challenging set of trivia questions. Have at it!

QUESTIONS:

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

2. What number did All-American pitcher Derek Tatsuno wear at the University of Hawaii?

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

4. Which team won Super Bowl III?

5. Before Russell Westbrook, who was the last NBA player to average a triple-double?

6. Who was the original play-by-play announcer for “Monday Night Football”?

7. The New York Yankees last World Series title came in 2009 against the Philadelphia Phillies. Who was named the Series MVP?

8. What former NFL head coach authored the book, “Hey, Wait a Minute…I Wrote a Book!”?

9. Who is the only man to have his name on the Stanley Cup as both a player and owner?

10. Name the head coach who led UH Hilo to seven national titles in women’s volleyball.

ANSWERS:

1. What NBA team drafted University of Hawaii “Fabulous Five” Star Bob Nash in 1972? (Detroit Pistons)

2. What number did All-American pitcher Derek Tatsuno wear at the University of Hawaii? (16)

3. Where did legendary NFL running back Walter Payton play in college? (Jackson State)

4. Which team won Super Bowl III? (New York Jets)

5. Before Russell Westbrook, who was the last NBA player to average a triple-double? (Oscar Robertson)

6. Who was the original play-by-play announcer for “Monday Night Football”? (Keith Jackson)

7. The New York Yankees last World Series title came in 2009 against the Philadelphia Phillies. Who was named the Series MVP? (Hideki Matsui)

8. What former NFL head coach authored the book, “Hey, Wait a Minute…I Wrote a Book!”? (John Madden)

9. Who is the only man to have his name on the Stanley Cup as both a player and owner? (Mario Lemieux)

10. Name the head coach who led UH Hilo to seven national titles in women’s volleyball. (Sharon Peterson)

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