After a one week hiatus (I had to graduate real quick, my bad), we are back for another edition of Saturday morning sports trivia. May is an underrated month. The Kentucky Derby, the NBA Playoffs, Stanley Cup, MLB, Champions League semi-finals and all the NFL offseason drama a true sports fan could ask for. The Soft 7’s love our readers for their minds, so let’s end the week with another 15 questions. Follow us on twitter @soft7sports and retweet/share to challenge your friends.
- After the Kentucky Derby, what other two races comprise the Triple Crown?
- Country House was crowned the winner of the 145th running of the Kentucky after what horse was disqualified for impeding other horses?
- The Celtics have the most NBA titles with 17, the Lakers are second with 16; what two teams are next highest with 6 titles?
- In what decade was the 24 second shot clock introduced to the NBA? (19?0)
- What city hosted the first NBA All-Star game in 1951?
- Who was the youngest player in NHL history to have a 100 point season?
- What goalie has the most saves all time in NHL history?
- How many consecutive 40 goal seasons did Wayne Gretzky have to set an NHL record?
- On Thursday, Albert Pujols became just the fifth person ever to do what?
- What is the distance between the pitcher’s mound and home plate?
- Who hit the most grand slams in the history of the Yankees?
- What country are both teams in the UEFA Champions League final from?
- What club has the most UEFA Champions League titles?
- Kyler Murray was the first overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. Who was taken second?
- Antonio Brown and Le’Veon Bell are no longer with the Pittsburgh Steelers. What teams did they end up with, respectively?
- Preakness, Belmont
- Maximum Security
- Bulls and Warriors
- Boston, Massachusetts
- Sydney Crosby
- Martin Brodeur
- Hit 2,000 RBI’s
- 60 feet, 6 inches
- Lou Gehrig (23)
- Real Madrid
- Nick Bose- SF
- Antonio Brown- Raiders, Le’Veon Bell- Jets