Name a Valid Answer - NBA

Name any valid answer that fits in each selected category related to NBA basketball.
Answer must correspond to the yellow box
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Last updated: March 5, 2022
First submittedFebruary 3, 2020
Times taken23,475
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Category
Answer
Player with more points than Michael Jordan
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar | Karl Malone | LeBron James |
Kobe Bryant
City that had an NBA team sometime after 1960,
but doesn't now
Baltimore | Buffalo | Cincinnati | Kansas City | San Diego |
Seattle | St. Louis | Syracuse | Vancouver
European-born MVP
Giannis Antetokounmpo | Nikola Jokić | Dirk Nowitzki
African-born member of the Hall of Fame
Hakeem Olajuwon | Dikembe Mutombo | Steve Nash
Current NBA stadium not named for a corporation
Madison Square Garden
#1 draft pick in the 1990s, not including Shaq
Derrick Coleman | Larry Johnson | Chris Webber |
Glenn Robinson | Joe Smith | Allen Iverson | Tim Duncan |
Michael Olowokandi | Elton Brand
Former UCLA player who was MVP of the NBA
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar | Bill Walton | Russell Westbrook
Person who won Defensive Player of the Year
more than once
Kawhi Leonard | Rudy Gobert | Dwight Howard |
Ben Wallace | Dikembe Mutombo | Dennis Rodman |
Alonzo Mourning | Mark Eaton | Sidney Moncrief
Player listed at 7'3" or taller (2021–2022)
Kristaps Porziņģis | Boban Marjanović | Tacko Fall
Player listed at 7'6" or taller
Yao Ming | Shawn Bradley | Gheorghe Mureșan | Manute Bol
Player listed at 5'9" or shorter with at least
5000 career points
Calvin Murphy | Muggsy Bogues | Isaiah Thomas |
Spud Webb | Nate Robinson | Earl Boykins
Player in the 50/40/90 shooting percentage club
for a single season
Stephen Curry | Steve Nash | Kevin Durant |
Larry Bird | Dirk Nowitzki | Reggie Miller |
Malcolm Brogdon | Mark Price
Player who recorded a quadruple double
(1973–present)
Nate Thurmond | Alvin Robertson | David Robinson |
Hakeem Olajuwon
NBA commissioner
Maurice Podoloff | J. Walter Kennedy | Larry O'Brien |
David Stern | Adam Silver
Celtics "Big Three" player from 2008
Ray Allen | Kevin Garnett | Paul Pierce
Player who became a Monstar in "Space Jam"
Charles Barkley | Shawn Bradley | Patrick Ewing |
Larry Johnson | Muggsy Bogues
Country that won an Olympic gold medal at
men's basketball (other than the U.S.)
Soviet Union | Yugoslavia | Argentina
Player who played their entire career with
a single team (19+ years)
Dirk Nowitzki | Kobe Bryant | Tim Duncan | John Stockton
Dunk contest winner (2000–2010)
Vince Carter | Desmond Mason | Jason Richardson |
Fred Jones | Josh Smith | Nate Robinson |
Gerald Green | Dwight Howard
2004 Detroit Pistons starter
Chauncey Billups | Richard Hamilton | Ben Wallace |
Rasheed Wallace | Tayshaun Prince
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Level 72
Feb 4, 2020
Great quiz! Makes you think, but not too hard.
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Level 75
Feb 28, 2020
Yup. I am not too good in NBA quizzes, but I guessed 13/20. For me it is like 21/20 :)
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Level 67
Feb 25, 2020
Never thought I'd be so happy to confidently enter "Shawn Bradley" for two different answers on a quiz.
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Level 32
Feb 25, 2020
Russia not counted for Soviet Union, only one I missed :(
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Level 80
Feb 25, 2020
You forgot "Newark" under cities that no longer have teams. Nets moved from there to Brooklyn.
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Level 51
Feb 25, 2020
Newark and East Rutherford should both count for the Nets.
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Level 73
Feb 25, 2020
Love the fact you accepted worm as an answer
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Level 36
Feb 28, 2020
Really great quiz. More please.
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Level 73
Mar 7, 2020
It's a little nitpicky, and I only knew that it was a company because of their recent legal issues with Steve Ballmer and the Clippers, but Madison Square Garden is a corporation. It is more commonly referred to as the MSG company. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Madison_Square_Garden_Company

They own the Forum along with Madison Square Garden.

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Level 20
Apr 7, 2020
Nice one! Madison Square Garden had me stumped. I had no idea that Manute Bol recorded a quadruple double! And Michael Jordan was a 1st pick! I didn't know that either ;)
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Level 19
Nov 5, 2020
what are you talking about?
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Level 18
Dec 13, 2020
mj wasnt a 1st pick he was selected 3rd
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Level 65
Aug 20, 2021
Needs to be updated. Nikola Jokic is a european born MVP.
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Level 76
Sep 22, 2021
I would have bet my life that Steve Nash was Canadian.

Edit: Dude moved to Canada when he was 18 months. Born in Johannesburg S.A. Ugh...

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Level 74
Dec 9, 2021
needs to be updated for jokic!
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Level 73
Apr 3, 2022
Tacko Fall in my mind's eye; Bol Bol on the keyboard.
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Level 68
Apr 3, 2022
The newer Space Jam movie includes Anthony Davis as a Monstar.
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Level 27
Apr 3, 2022
"Player in the 50/40/90 shooting percentage club

for a single season" you forgot the legend tony snell 2019-2020 season

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Level 76
Apr 4, 2022
For 'Player listed at 7'6" or taller' you should also accept Slavko Vraneš (even though he played only once in the NBA, he still counts as he is 2.29m/7'6'' tall too).
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Level 50
Apr 4, 2022
For Players with 19+ Seasons on one team, you should add Udonis Haslem...currently in his 19th season (all with the Miami Heat).
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Level 47
Apr 4, 2022
Maybe change the wording on the stadium question. I wrote crypto.com because it's a privately held company. Then ran through them trying to think which ones weren't corporations.
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Level 67
Apr 4, 2022
Most corporations are privately held. You seem to be misunderstanding how these terms are used. Madison Square Garden is the only correct answer.
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Level 59
Apr 5, 2022
7/20, don't know much about NBA
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Level 64
Apr 5, 2022
You should make another quiz ten times harder than this one.