Bud Light Charity Stripe Trivia Game: Week Four


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.

Plus, follow the WNBA's top clutch free throw performers all season long with the Bud Light Charity Stripe Stat Tracker.

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1. Who was the first player to attempt a free throw in WNBA history?

Rebecca Lobo
Lisa Leslie
Penny Toler
Kym Hampton

Charlotte Sting guard Dawn Staley
2. Who was the first player to make a free throw in WNBA history?

Rebecca Lobo
Lisa Leslie
Penny Toler
Kym Hampton

3. Who recorded the first assist in WNBA history?

Teresa Weatherspoon
Vickie Johnson
Jamila Wideman
Jayne Moore

4. Who is the only player to be selected number one overall and win Rookie of the Year in the same year?

Chamique Holdsclaw
Tamika Catchings
Sue Bird
Lauren Jackson

Lauren Jackson and Chamique Holdsclaw
5. What three players averaged a double-double in the 2003 WNBA season?

Leslie, Catchings, Jackson
Holdsclaw, Ford and Leslie
Jackson, Ford, Catchings
Holdsclaw, Cash, Dydek

6. Who lead the WNBA in field goal percentage in 2003?

Tammy Sutton-Brown
Lauren Jackson
Chamique Holdsclaw
Tamika Williams

7. How many Eastern Conference teams qualified for the 1997 WNBA playoffs?

1
2
3
4

Houston Comets forward Tina Thompson
8. Who did Houston defeat 2-1 in the 1998 WNBA Finals to capture their second straight Title?

Phoenix Mercury
New York Liberty
Cleveland Rockers
Charlotte Sting

9. Name the only player to win the WNBA All-Star MVP Award who was not a member of the Los Angeles Sparks.

Tina Thompson
Sheryl Swoopes
Cynthia Cooper
Dawn Staley

10. Who was the first overall selection by the Utah Starzz in the WNBA Elite Draft held February 27, 1997?

Tina Thompson
Juana Maxwell
Dena Head
Nancy Lieberman

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