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Wild and Wacky WNBA Trivia

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You have the crossover, the pull-up jumper and the mad handle. But what about your brain? Do you have the hoops knowledge? Answer these trivia questions about women's basketball and see how well you do.

1) Q. Who recorded the first assist in WNBA history?

2) Q. Who are some former WNBA players that are now on the coaching staffs of their old teams?

3) Q. Which college or university has the most players in the WNBA?

New York's Andrea Nagy drives down the lane.
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4) Q. Which former WNBA players are the tallest female identical twins in the world?

5) Q. Which WNBA player was the 1999 Colonial Athletic Association's Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year?

6) Q. Which two former WNBA players are the only players to come from Idaho?

7) Q. Who have the top draft picks been the last five years?

8) Q. Which WNBA player is an assistant coach with her alma mater, Florida International University?

9) Q. Which WNBA player is the ACC's all time leader in blocked shots?

10) Q. Which WNBA player was the first to be named an All-American in both volleyball and basketball in college?

ANSWERS

1) Jamila Wideman

2) Tammi Reiss, Utah; Janice Braxton, Cleveland; Valerie Still, Washington

3) Stanford

4) Heidi and Heather Burge

5) Mery Andrade from Old Dominion University

6) Heather Owen, Andrea Lloyd Curry and Corrisa Yasen

7) 1997 -- Tina Thompson
1998 -- Margo Dydek
1999 -- Chamique Holdsclaw
2000 -- Ann Wauters
2001 -- Lauren Jackson

8) Andrea Nagy

9) DeMya Walker from the University of Virginia

10) Natalie Williams

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