Trivia Questions 05/20/23

  1. Nike was not Michael Jordan’s first choice for a shoe contract and North Carolina was not his first choice to play college basketball – he originally wanted to play for: Louisville, Kentucky, or UCLA?
  2. Bible Question: Which of Adam & Eve’s sons was a keeper of sheep: Able, Cain, or Seth?
  3. At 19 yrs & 342 days, Jameis Winston is the youngest Heisman Trophy winner – the oldest winner is closer to: 7, 8, or 9 years older than Jameis? (28-year-old Florida St QB Chris Weinke)
  4. In 2022 the Ford F-Series pickup was America’s #1 selling vehicle – the Chevy Silverado or the Dodge Ram Tough pick-up was the 2nd most popular selling vehicle?
  5. Back in 1998 hoping to use it for his LA Lakers team coach Pat Riley trademarked the word “Three-Peat” – when the Bulls won 3 straight titles, Riley pocketed closer to: $30,000, $300,000, or $3 Million Dollars?
  6. At the end of 2022, 65.8% of Americans owned a home but 79% of: Indiana, Maine, or West Virginia residents own a home? (The Nation’s highest percentage of home ownership)
  7. 50/50 Question: In April of this year (2023) Nike did something they might be regretting right now – they signed a lifetime contract with Kevin Durant – back 2014 KD almost opted to ink a deal with: Adidas or Under Armour?
  8. In the first quarter of 2,000 the median home price was $165,300 – in 2022 our nation’s medium home price was closer to: $328,000, $370,000, or $428,000? ($428,000 represents an 80% increase over the last 10 years and 160% increase since 2,000 – I’m not sure the American Dream of owning a home will be a reality for most Americans in the future)
  9. How many NBA players have had 13 or more 1st Team All-NBA team selections during their career: 1, 3, or 5? (LeBron James 13, Kobe Bryant/Karl Malone “Mailbox” 11, Michael Jordan, Tim Duncan, Bob Cousy, Jerry West, Bob Petit, Elgin Baylor 10)
  10. This legendary band is the only band to play on all 7 continents – is it: ACDC, Led Zepplin, or Metalica? (Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Antarctica, Europe, & Australia)