Answer: Jerry West
According to the designer of the logo, the NBA has now been using the silhouette of Hall of Famer Jerry West as its logo for over 50 years, though the league itself does not officially acknowledge such.
Answer: Hakeem Olajuwon
On 3 March 1990 Hakeem Olajuwon achieved his first quadruple-double (29 points, 18 rebounds, 10 assists, 11 blocks) and then replicated the feat later on the 29th of that same month (18 points, 16 rebounds, 10 assists, 11 blocks).
Answer: Dwayne Wade
NBA superstar Dwayne Wade married movie actress Gabrielle Union in August 2014, and in the process, they formed a Hollywood power couple.
Answer: New York
The classic 1998 All-Star Game was played at Madison Square Garden in New York City and featured Michael Jordan in his last All-Star appearance as a member of the Bulls as well as Kobe Bryant in his first All-Star Game ever.
Answer: Kobe Bryant
All-time great Kobe Bryant ultimately finished his career with 14,481 missed field goals.
Answer: David Robinson
During the Spurs' final regular season game of 1994, David Robinson intentionally set out to score 71 points - and achieved the feat to snatch that season's scoring title from Shaquille O'Neal, who was leading him by an average of .06 points going into the game.
Answer: Muggsy Bogues
The 5'3" (1.6 m) Muggsy Bogues actually went on to have a solid NBA career, the highlight of which arguably was his appearance in the 1996 film "Space Jam" alongside Michael Jordan.
Though its rival and later partner the ABA had been using the three-point shot since 1969, the NBA didn't adopt this feature until 1979, three years after it merged with the ABA.
Answer: Kwame Brown
Despite going on to have a 12-year NBA career as a player and headlining a weak draft class, Kwame Brown is still considered by many pundits to be a bust due to being drafted so high yet never living up to the hype of a number-one pick.
Answer: Atlanta Hawks
In 2015 the Atlanta Hawks had four All-Stars (Al Horford, Kyle Korver, Paul Millsap, Jeff Teague), albeit all of them coming off the bench during the game.