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90s NBL Quiz
- Updated: June 21, 2013
This is our first of many NBL quiz’s. This one is on the 90s NBL. Test your knowledge below!
More NBL quiz’s coming soon!
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Test your knowledge of the 90s NBL
Think you’re a bit of a NBL history buff? Test your knowledge of the 90s NBL here!
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These questions range from NBL records to awards to who played for what team. Each question is worth a certain number of points ranging from 1 to 10 points per question depending on how hard the question is.
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Question 1 of 30
What year did Doug Overton play for the Illawarra Hawks?
Question 2 of 30
John Dorge owns the NBL record for the most blocks in a game. How many shots did he block?
Question 3 of 30
What year did Luc Longley play in the NBL All-Star game?
Question 4 of 30
Shane Heal scored a career high 61 points in a game. What year did he do this?
Question 5 of 30
In 1990 Wayne McDaniel finished 2nd in the league in points per game to Andrew Gaze. How many points per game did McDaniel average that season?
Question 6 of 30
Bobby Locke played for 1 NBL team. What team was it?
Question 7 of 30
Donald Whiteside played for 2 teams in the NBA. What teams were they?
Question 8 of 30
How many times did Terry Dozier win defensive player of the year?
Question 9 of 30
What year did Melvin Thomas make his NBL debut?
Question 10 of 30
How many All-NBL First Team’s did Steve Woodberry make?
Question 11 of 30
Who won the NBL MVP in 1999?
Question 12 of 30
Which NBL teams did Ray Owes play for?
Question 13 of 30
The top 5 in blocks per game in 1998 are as follows:
Simon Dwight – 2.6
Chuck Kornegay – 1.8
Ray Owes – 1.7
Mark Bradtke – 1.5
???????????? – 1.3
Who finished 5th in blocks per game in 1998?
Question 14 of 30
How many defensive player of the year awards did Simon Dwight win?
Question 15 of 30
In 1997 Simon Dwight lead the league in blocks per game at 4.3 per game. Who finished second with 3.1 blocks per game?
Question 16 of 30
How many championships did Andrew Gaze win?
Question 17 of 30
How many times did Andrew Gaze win NBL MVP?
Question 18 of 30
Who holds the Illawarra/Wollongong Hawks record for most points scored in a game with 54?
Was set in 1990
Question 19 of 30
How many NBL teams did Leon Trimmingham play for?
Question 20 of 30
What year did the Gold Coast Rollers debut in the NBL?
Question 21 of 30
Only 1 Gold Coast Rollers player ever made a All-NBL First Team. Which player was this?
Question 22 of 30
In the 90s the Brisbane Bullets only made the NBL finals (Grand final) once. What year was it?
Question 23 of 30
Name this former 36ers big man – CLICK HERE
Question 24 of 30
Who won the 1997 NBL dunk comp?
Question 25 of 30
Who did the Adelaide 36ers beat in the 1998 NBL grand final?
Question 26 of 30
Who won the NBL rookie of the year in 1999?
Question 27 of 30
Who won the NBL grand final MVP in 1991?
Question 28 of 30
In 1992 two players won the NBL league MVP. Which two players were they?
Question 29 of 30
Who won the 1996 NBL All-Star game MVP?
Question 30 of 30
Lanard Copeland only made the All-NBL First Team twice in his career. What years?
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Nat Where You At
actually thoe days every good young player wanted to play NBL, these days only those who are fresh out of college or not good enough to play in Europe. In the 90's the league was as popular as the NBA, the fans knew the players, stats, records, etc. Today a shitload go to games ( Wildcats ones, anyway) because it's fashionable, they never attended an SBL game and have no clue about basketball. I personally identify more with the 90's Wildcats, maybe because the players wre approachable, you knew Mike Ellis will be in his store, you could shop at Crawford's store or Tiny Pinder's and have a chat with them, but not today :( Exception, i guess are the community owned teams and believe me, i envy every fan who lives in Wollongong, Cairns or Townsville
Don't worry, we're putting up 00's and maybe 10's quiz's as well. We have almost 4 months until the new NBL season. So we have to space it out
And I know how many fans went to games... But how many of those 15,000 weekly fans you speak of, make up the 1900 Facebook followers. I'm talking about andthefoul users.
No one is debating the success of the NBL in the 90's. And understandable why you would want to hold onto those memories. But that doesn't help grow interest or inform about the NBL today. I'm not hating, just saying.
No Johns right. The 90s was only the biggest era of basketball in Australia. Crowds of 15,000 were the norm. But no one ever followed the league then #LOL
What's with all the 90's stuff... It's fun and retro but majority of the users weren't following the league that closely