We hope you have enjoyed our trivia questions throughout the season, and especially during the NCAA Tournament when we were able to stump many of the best basketball minds out there. As an encore, we’re bringing you another set of Qs and As, these ones specific to the NBA playoffs. Good luck!
I am glad y’all have been enjoying our NCAA Tournament questions. In anticipation of Final Four weekend, I have put together another batch to test your wits. By the way, if you are looking for Final Four tickets, we’ve got them available. Let’s get right to it:
No, I didn’t answer my own question. What fun would there be in that? That would be like throwing a surprise party for yourself. The previous edition of The Bernucca List was correctly answered by a reader named Chris, who offered, “NBA players who have been named MVP without winning a championship.”
Two days left until the madness begins. How many days left until the Miami Heat lose a game? Nobody knows the answer to that one. Speaking of answers — and questions — I have taken a detour from my usual duties, trying to bust your brain with NBA trivia questions, to mix things up a bit and give you a little extra March Madness.
Alex C. is one of the many Sheridan Hoops readers who make this site possible. We have a number of interactive features on Sheridan Hoops. One of them is this one – The Bernucca List, which tests the NBA knowledge of our readers in what we think is a fun way. Alex C. nailed the correct answer to last week’s list, which was “Players who have finished second in MVP voting multiple times.” Everyone on the list finished second at least twice;
A dozen teams have played at least half their schedule and another seven will join them today, when the most of the most significant holidays in this country’s history becomes the season’s unofficial midway point. So Dr. Martin Luther King Day is as good a time as any to examine the current front-runners for the annual awards. Included are links to both our staff’s preseason picks and the current rankings. And as always, we’ve included snide remarks if/when necessary.