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T. J. Ford: Quiz


Question 1: [2] From a young age, Ford dreamed of being a basketball player, having also witnessed his home team ________ win back-to-back championships in the 1990s.
2008–09 Houston Rockets season1993–94 Houston Rockets season2009–10 Houston Rockets seasonHouston Rockets

Question 2: Following the 2005–06 season, newly appointed Toronto Raptors general manager ________ overhauled Toronto's roster in preparation for the 2006–07 season.
2006–07 Toronto Raptors seasonBryan ColangeloDanny Ainge2009–10 Toronto Raptors season

Question 3: [9] However, he played in only 55 games that season before an injury forced him to miss the final 26 games of the regular season and the ________.
2006 NBA Playoffs2004 NBA Playoffs2009 NBA Playoffs2005 NBA Playoffs

Question 4: [18] Ford's clutch play was again evident in a 120–119 overtime win against the ________ on 11 March 2007 when he scored almost all of the team's overtime points.
Oklahoma City ThunderSeattle SuperSonicsOklahoma City Thunder accomplishments and recordsLenny Wilkens

Question 5: First Team
Nick Collison •
T. J. Ford • Josh Howard • ________ • David West
Dwyane WadeShaquille O'NealMichael JordanTim Duncan

Question 6: He suffered a ________ of the spinal cord, a career-threatening injury.

Question 7: Nelson | 2005: D. Brown | 2006: ________ | 2007: K. Durant  | 2008: T. Hansbrough  | 2009: B.

Question 8: Terrance Jerod "T. J." Ford (born March 24, 1983, in ________, Texas) is an American professional basketball player in the National Basketball Association (NBA).
Bellaire, TexasSugar Land, TexasHoustonGreater Houston

Question 9: Having been awarded numerous top basketball accolades in high school and college, Ford entered the ________ and was selected eighth overall by the Milwaukee Bucks.
2003 NBA Draft2005 NBA DraftLeBron James2002 NBA Draft

Question 10: In his first season at Texas, Ford not only led the team in steals and minutes per game, he became the first freshman player in ________ history to lead the nation in assists (8.27 per game).
Division ICollege basketballNational Collegiate Athletic AssociationBig Ten Conference

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