Bud Light Charity Stripe Trivia Game: Week Three


Think you got game? Step up to the Bud Light Charity Stripe, test your WNBA knowledge and knock down a new set of questions each week.

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1. Which WNBA team has posted the best free-throw percentage for one season?

New York, 1998
Houston, 2000
Los Angeles, 2002
Connecticut, 2003

Seattle Storm coach Anne Donovan
2. Name the only WNBA coach to take over a team in midseason on two occasions?

Richie Adubato
Anne Donovan
Heidi VanDerveer
Nancy Lieberman

3. Which two teams played in the first ever WNBA Game?

New York and Phoenix
Utah and Houston
Los Angeles and Cleveland
New York and Los Angeles

4. Which played posted the highest scoring average for one WNBA season?

Lisa Leslie
Cynthia Cooper
Tina Thompson
Katie Smith

Four-time champion Cynthia Cooper
5. Which WNBA player has the highest scoring average in the playoffs?

Lisa Leslie
Cynthia Cooper
Sheryl Swoopes
Rebecca Lobo

6. Who has the most three-point field goals made in their careers in the playoffs?

Sheryl Swoopes
Cynthia Cooper
Mwadi Mabika
Michelle Timms

7. Who has the highest career three-point field goal percentage?

Anna DeForge
Jennifer Azzi
Nancy Lieberman
Cynthia Cooper

Elaine Powell, Detroit Shock
8. What is the distance of the WNBA three-point line?

20 feet 6 ¼ inches
21 feet 6 inches
18 feet 6 ¼ inches
20 feet 6 inches

9. Who currently owns the best career assist average in the WNBA?

Ticha Penicheiro
Nikki Teasley
Elaine Powell
Sue Bird

10. Behind Houston's Van Chancellor, who has the second longest coaching tenure with one team currently in the WNBA?

Mike Thibault
Trudi Lacey
Bill Laimbeer
Anne Donovan

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