Quiz: If We Give You 3 NBA Players, Can You Name the Team?
If We Give You 3 NBA Players, Can You Name the Team?
By: Jouviane Alexandre
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About This Quiz

"Basketball is my favorite sport. I like the way they dribble up and down the court!" If you're a fan of the NBA, there's a good chance you've been watching for decades. Throughout the history of the sport, there have been tons of trios that have made names for themselves. Can you match the Big 3 to their team?

James Naismith first created basketball in 1891, and the first NBA game was played in 1949 between the Toronto Huskies and New York Knickerbockers. In the 70 year history of the league, there have been countless of superstars that have emerged from the ranks.

While many teams seem to have one major leader, the sport thrives on Big 3's, a trio of athletes on a team who often become the new face of the franchise. 

With the Celtics being the most decorated team in NBA history, it's hard to forget the names and faces of one of the first trios to dominate the sport during the '50s and '60s. Who could forget the unbeatable '90s trio on the Chicago Bulls? 2017 helped solidify the meaning of a stacked team with the number of star players on the Golden State Warriors.

Only a real NBA fan could name the team from its players. Are you ready to take the shot? Time's running out! Let's see if you'll make it before the final buzzer.

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