Answer: Stephon Marbury
Part of Sebastian Telfair's undeserved mega popularity coming into the NBA in 2004 was the fact that his cousin, Stephon Marbury, was already a very successful point guard from Brooklyn, New York.
Answer: For Color
The lethal gas carbon monoxide is often added to meat in small doses to increase redness, thus making aged meats appear fresher.
Many look back at 1969's Woodstock music festival in Upstate New York as the personification of 1960's American counterculture, with Jimi Hendrix's rendition of "the Star Spangled Banner" being one of the highlights of the event.
Answer: Alaska - It has 6,640 miles of coastline.
Answer: Electric Eels
The Electic Eel is the only species in its genus. Despite the name, it is not an eel, but rather a knifefish.
Answer: Providence, Rhode Island - The mall was completed in 1928.
Heinz actually controls over 50% of the American ketchup market.
Answer: 44 years
The Arizona Cardinals went from 1947 to 1998 without making the playoffs.
Catalonia is one of the Spain's 17 districts. It is located in the northeastern region of Spain. The regional capital of Catalonia is Barcelona.
Answer: 5 Seconds of Summer
Pharaoh was the official title given to the rulers of ancient Egypt.
Answer: $5 Million
CBS is charging advertisers a little over $5 million for a 30-second slot during Super Bowl LIII (53).
Answer: Martin Kaymer
In 2014, Martin Kaymer won the U.S. Open championship, which was held at the North Carolina's Pinehurst Resort. This was Kaymer's second major championship, one he won by wire-to-wire lead.
"Se7en" was released in 1995 and was ironically the seventh-highest grossing film that year.
Answer: Little Mac
Little Mac is but a wee fighter yet can defeat the one-punch wonder Mike Tyson if the gamer is fast enough.
Answer: Emma Watson
Emma Watson is a British actress who is best known for playing Hermione Granger in "Harry Potter". She recently just starred in the remake of "Beauty and the Beast".
Answer: 3.14 children
The average American has 3.14 children. This is a decrease from 2011 where the average was 3.18 children.
Answer: Dmitri Shostakovich
"The Noise of Time" is based on the life of Dmitri Shostakovich (1906-1975), who despite being one of the most celebrated musicians of the 20th century during his life had his music, was banned twice by the Soviet principalities.
On 1 April 2013, former Google China head Kai-fu Lee joked that the Great Firewall, China's infamous internet regulations and censorship, was penetrable, allowing access to Facebook and Twitter. His prank drew over 10,000 comments, many of which were filled with insults or other forms of anger.
Answer: Davis Cup
The ITF runs the Davis Cup and it is a yearly event that is contested between men's teams from various nations under around the world. This tournament is often referred to as "World Cup of Tennis".