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: O. J. Mayo
O. J. Mayo became eligible for reinstatement in the NBA in 2018, but no team picked him up, with his mediocre NBA career likely ending in 2016 due to the drug ban.
Answer: Bow Wow
In 2017, Bow Wow recounted a tale when, as a child visiting Michael Jordan's home, His Airness discarded a pair of his Allen Iverson Reeboks and took additional offense to Bow Wow wearing shorts from a college (Duke) that rivals the one Jordan went to (North Carolina).
A let is where the server's shot hits the net before landing in the receiver's service box. This is not considered a fault. However, a fault will occur if the ball hits the net cords and lands outside the opponent's service box.
Answer: Pat Riley
Although Pat Riley trademarked the term "three-peat" in 1988, he credits one of his players at the time, Byron Scott, with coining the phrase. Riley reportedly earned $300,000 in royalties when the Bulls three-peated in the 1990's.
Kukoč was actually drafted by the Bulls in 1990, though he spent three more years in Europe before actually joining the team in 1993.
Answer: London, England
London is the capital of England and is often known for the Queen's Guards, The London Eye, and Big Ben.
Answer: Bill Russell
Bill Russell has been called 'the winningest player in the history of professional sports' due to winning 11 NBA Championships as a member of the Boston Celtics. And what makes Russell's achievement even more outstanding is that he won all 11 championships within his 13-year professional playing career, with the first win happening in his rookie year. Russell spent his entire professional playing career with the Boston Celtics.
Answer: Phil Mickelson
American born golfer, Phil Mickelson is popularly called "Lefty". He has won several major championships in his professional career.