Big 12 tourney trivia, one more time: Test your basketball knowledge
03/14/2014 12:00 AM
03/14/2014 8:59 AM
With the 2014 Big 12 men’s basketball tournament reaching its semifinal round today at the Sprint Center, we bring you the third and final chapter of our three-part trivia quiz.
Maybe you played along Wednesday and Thursday, kicking tail and taking names. Perhaps you gave it a try and felt posterized by the questions (hey, we aren’t going to justhand it
to you!). Or possibly you’re a newbie just stumbling here for the first time.
In any event, give it a shot. It’s good, clean fun, and if nothing else, you can impress your friends at the watch parties or arena!
(Per usual, a link to the answers awaits at the end.)
All good things must come to an end, but the Big 12 tournament is scheduled to remain in KC through at least _____.
Can you name the three cities that have hosted a Big 12 men’s tournament?
Aside from newcomers TCU and West Virginia, three schools have never had a Most Outstanding Player at the Big 12 tournament. Name ’em.
Oklahoma holds the dubious mark of fewest points scored in a half at the Big 12 tourney. How many/few might that be?
Aside from one-year unbeaten Frank Haith of Missouri (who went 3-0 here in 2012), which current or former head coach holds the record for best Big 12 tourney winning percentage?
Aside from Self and KU predecessor Roy Williams, which coach (current or former) has won the most Big 12 tourney titles?
Who still holds the record for most rebounds in a single Big 12 tourney game?
True or false: West Virginia has never appeared in a Final Four.
Two players on current Big 12 rosters hail from Kansas City. Who are they?
A stingy former Cyclone still holds the career mark for Big 12 tourney steals per game. Name him.Click here for today’s answers.
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