You know the names, from Michael Jordan and Kareem Abdul Jabaar to Carmello Anthony and Chris Webber, but do you remember which college basketball team they played for? Or, do you know which players went directly from high school to the NBA?
College basketball in many respects is more popular than the NBA - ahem, have you filled out your March Madness brackets yet? But as players make their way through NBA greatness - and some not so great, how long is it before you forget where the players came from? Were they a member of Michigan's Fab Five? Or, is your favorite player one of the 58 NBA players to have come from Duke? And yes, you just read that correctly - 58!
But, what fun is a quiz of just names? You'll also have a shot to answer a few NBA questions about the history of the game. For example, do you know how many teams have had an undefeated season and then gone on to win the National Championship? Or, do you know how many players have won the National College Player of the Year and the NBA's Most Valuable Player awards?
Are you ready to take a jumper? Do you think you can nail the three as the clock expires? This is the quiz for NBA fans who love to go back to the roots. Take this quiz to see if you have the stuff NBA teams look for!
Kentucky has sent the most players to the NBA. Notables include Dan Issel, Cliff Hagan, Tayshaun Prince, Jamal Mashburn and Antoine Walker.
UCLA is home of famous player Kareem Abdul Jabbar. Other greats include Reggie Miller, Marques Johnson, Gail Goodrich and Kiki Vandeweghe.
Michael Jordan famously played for North Carolina. Other names include Rasheed Wallace, Bob McAdoo, James Worthy, Jerry Stackhouse and Antawn Jamison.
Here we have some seriously famous players from Duke. In fact, Duke has sent 58 players to the NBA.
The University of Kansas was where it all began for Wilt Chamberlain. Other notables include Kirk Hinrich, Nick Collison and Drew Gooden.
Bill Bradley is a former Princeton Tiger and US Senator. He famously holds the single-game Final Four scoring record.
"Pistol" Pete Maravich holds the NCAA career scoring record. He was able to score 3,667 points in his time.
Dean Smith is considered the winningest coach in college football history. He retired in 1997, and amassed 879 wins in his career.
Indiana is famous for having some great players move on to the NBA. Other notables include Victor Oladipo, Cody Zeller and Noah Vonleh.
These fine players are famous for getting their start in Louisville. The school has sent 44 players to the NBA.
Jason Terry, Andre Iguodala and Richard Jefferson hail from Arizona. Other famous names are Steve Kerr, Sean Elliott, Damon Stoudamire and Gilbert Arenas.
Carmelo Anthony is one of the most famous players to come out of Syracuse. They've sent a total of 43 players to the NBA.
The University of Oregon was the first to win an NCAA basketball tournament. It took place in 1939. Since then, Oregon has not won the tournament again.
7 teams in total have gone undefeated and then gone on to win the national title. Of these, UCLA has done it the most.
The University of Michigan is most famous for Chris Webber. The Wolverines have moved other notables on to the NBA, including sharpshooter Glen Rice.
Notre Dame is more famous for football than they are for basketball. That being said, these are still some memorable players who went on to play for the NBA.
The most famous player to come out of Michigan State is Ervin "Magic" Johnson, without question. The Lakers guard won five NBA championships.
UCLA is famous for the longest winning streak in Division 1 college basketball history. The Bruins won 88 games in a row from 1971 to 1974.
The most famous player to come out of the University of Maryland is Buck Williams. Other famous players include Jerry Lucas, Walt Williams, Steve Blake and Chris Wilcox.
Here we have some fine players that have come out of Ohio State. 35 players in total have come from Ohio to the NBA.
These guys famously hail from St. John's. Back in college, Metta World Peace was just known as Ron Artest.
North Carolina State has a couple of great names on its list. However, they don't have as many as the University of North Carolina.
Here are some of the top players from Villanova. Other notables include Lowry, Dante Cunningham and Darrun Hilliard
There are 8 players who have won both National College Player of the Year and NBA MVP. The list includes Bill Russell (San Francisco), Oscar Robertson (Cincinnati), Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (UCLA), Bill Walton (UCLA), Larry Bird (Indiana St.), Michael Jordan (North Carolina), David Robinson (Navy) and Shaquille O'Neal (LSU).
Louisiana Tech won the first NCAA women's basketball tournament in 1982. Tennessee has won the title 6 times since.
The University of Illinois has sent 32 players to the NBA. Deron Williams is probably the most famous.
Dwyane Wade is the most famous player to come out of Marquette. Marquette University has sent 30 players to the NBA.
The University of Minnesota has sent these players to the NBA, along with 27 others. Boston Celtics Kevin McHale is the most famous.
What happens in Vegas does not always stay in Vegas. These are some of the 29 players that have moved on to the NBA.
The University of Connecticut has some amazing basketball players come from their school. The list includes Emeka Okafor, Ben Gordon, Donyell Marshall, Rudy Gay, Richard Hamilton, Kemba Walker and the all-time best player to come from the school, Ray Allen.
In 1979, Larry Bird and Magic Johnson first went head to head. The Final Four championship was the highest-rated basketball game in TV history.
The three-pointer was first introduced in the NCAA in 1987. The move changed the game forever.
The University of Cincinnati is famous for these players and many more. The best active player is free agent guard Lance Stephenson.
Here we have some famous contributions by Georgia Tech. Don't forget about Kenny Anderson and Thaddeus Young.
UConn was the first school to win both the men's and women's NCAA championship in the same year. This took place in 2004.