Bud Light Charity Stripe Trivia Game: Week Six


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 MVP had the highest free throw percentage during their MVP season?

Sheryl Swoopes
Lauren Jackson
Lisa Leslie
Cynthia Cooper

Charlotte Sting guard Dawn Staley
2. Name the only player to lead the league in free throw percentage and earn First-Team All-WNBA honors in the same season.

Cynthia Cooper
Jennifer Azzi
Sue Bird
Eva Nemcova

3. Which player earned WNBA Most Improved honors and First-Team All-WNBA honors in the same season?

Teresa Weatherspoon
Vickie Johnson
Janeth Arcain
Jayne Moore

4. Who was the first WNBA rookie of the year to make the playoffs as a rookie?

Tracy Reid
Tamika Catchings
Betty Lennox
Chanique Holdsclaw

Lauren Jackson and Chamique Holdsclaw
5. Name the only Eastern Conference player to win the league’s MVP award.

Chamique Holdsclaw
Cynthia Cooper
Tamika Catchings
Teresa Weatherspoon

6. Which of these players did NOT earn rookie of the year honors?

Tracy Reid
Tamika Catchings
Chamique Holdsclaw
Lauren Jackson

7. Name the only two-time winner of the Kim Perrot Sportsmanship Award?

Dawn Staley
Allison Feater
Suzie McConnell Serio
Edna Campbell

Houston Comets forward Tina Thompson
8. Name the only player to earn a spot on the First or Second All-WNBA teams in each of the league’s first seven years?

Lisa Leslie
Tina Thompson
Sheryl Swoopes
Teresa Weatherspoon

9. Who has been named to the Second-Team All-WNBA in four of the last five years?

Tina Thompson
Teresa Weatherspoon
Chamique Holdsclaw
Ticha Penicheiro

10. Which team has had the most First-Team All-WNBA selections in the seven year history of the league?

Los Angeles
Cleveland
Houston
Sacramento

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