Answer: New Jersey Nets
Dražen Petrović was an up-and-coming player on a young New Jersey Nets' squad at the time. His untimely death stunted the team's development by years.
The United States set a record in 1982 for being the first nation to lift the Fed Cup for 7 times in a row.
Answer: Mike Ditka
Ditka won as a player with the Cowboys in 1971, assistant coach with the same club in 1972 and head coach of the Chicago Bears in 1985.
Answer: Chicago Bulls
In 2016 Wade signed with his hometown Chicago Bulls for a whopping $47 million over two years since he felt the Heat lowballed him by offering $40 million for the same duration of time.
Answer: Tim Duncan
Tim Duncan replicated Jordan's amazing feat in 2002 and 2003. He achieved this brilliant feat after just five years of being drafted into the NBA.
The word "Love" in tennis terms refers to a moment in a tennis game where both players have not scored. This usually takes place at the beginning of the game.
The 1996 Olympic tournament, which was held at Atlanta in the USA, saw Andre Agassi pick up his first Olympic gold medal. He won the men's singles tennis event by beating Sergi Bruguera in the final.
Though (also) an American citizen, Kyrie Irving was born in Australia as his father, Drederick Irving, was a professional basketball player there.
The center is usually stationed directly in the middle of the offensive line, and it is his job to hand the ball to the quarterback.