Answer: The Receiver
The receiver is awarded the point if the server makes a double fault when serving the ball.
Answer: Karl Malone
In December of 1991, Utah Jazz forward Karl Malone inflicted a vicious elbow to Thomas' eye which resulted in a gruesome scene, 40 stitches and a permanent scar. Rightfully this incident is considered one of the most unsportsmanlike acts in NBA history.
The NFL implemented its mandatory-helmet rule in 1943, and at that time leather was the standard material for their composition. However shortly after, in 1949, plastic helmets, which are still used today complemented with much-better technology, were introduced.
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: Super Bowl
The Super Bowl is the most-watched television program of the year in the United States, and the day it is held has the status of a quasi-holiday.
Answer: Ray Allen
In a career defined by setting NBA records in three-pointers made, the biggest shot of Ray Allen's career came near the end of it, in 2013, when the Heat staved off elimination and ultimately won the Championship thanks in large part to his clutch shot in Game 6 of the Finals.
Answer: Detroit Pistons
The "Malice at the Palace", perhaps the most-disturbing event in the history of the NBA, involved members of the visiting Indiana Pacers brawling in the stands with fans of Detroit Pistons, who formerly played at the Palace of Auburn Hills in Michigan.
Answer: Deion Sanders
Deion Sanders is now a former American football and baseball player who works as an analyst for CBS Sports and the NFL Network.