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Charlotte Coliseum: Quiz

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Question 1: ________ had used the under-construction arena as his hole card to get the NBA to place a team in the city.
New Orleans HornetsChicago BullsIndiana PacersMiami Heat

Question 2: Some thought the Coliseum was too big, but Shinn believed the area's longstanding support for ________ made the Coliseum a more-than-viable home for an NBA team.
College basketballCollege footballCollege soccerNational Collegiate Athletic Association

Question 3: When the Hornets relocated to ________ in 2002, the Hornets' attendance had dropped to last in the 29-team league.
New OrleansBaton Rouge, LouisianaNew Orleans metropolitan areaLafayette, Louisiana

Question 4: Pete Times Forum (2007) • ________ (2008)
Verizon CenterBojangles' ColiseumTime Warner Cable ArenaCharlotte Coliseum

Question 5: The ________ of the WNBA began play in the Coliseum upon their inception in 1997, but had moved to Charlotte Bobcats Arena in 2005.
Charlotte StingWomen's National Basketball AssociationSacramento MonarchsWNBA Expansion Draft History

Question 6: The Charlotte Coliseum was a multi-purpose sports and entertainment arena in ________.
Charlotte metropolitan areaCharlotte, North CarolinaDurham, North CarolinaRaleigh, North Carolina

Question 7: It hosted its final NBA basketball game on October 26, 2005, a preseason game between the ________ and the Indiana Pacers.
New Orleans HornetsCharlotte BobcatsChicago BullsBoston Celtics

Question 8: The Charlotte 49ers of the NCAA played in the Coliseum during their final days in the ________ from 1988 through 1993.
FIU Golden PanthersFlorida Atlantic OwlsSun Belt ConferenceConference USA

Question 9: When the NBA returned to Charlotte in 2004 with the expansion ________, they played their first season (2004-05) in the Coliseum[1] as the new Time Warner Cable Arena was being built.
Chicago BullsIndiana PacersCharlotte BobcatsBoston Celtics

Question 10: It is best known as the original home of the Charlotte Hornets of the ________.
1998–99 NBA lockoutNational Basketball AssociationShaquille O'NealBasketball







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