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The Newsday Sports trivia quiz for May 28

Giants owner Wellington Mara walks off the field

Giants owner Wellington Mara walks off the field after the Giants defeated the Minnesota Vikings, 41-0, on Jan. 14, 2001 at Giants Stadium. Credit: Newsday/Kathy Kmonicek

A daily sports trivia quiz to test your knowledge of sports history.

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1

What did Giants co-owner Wellington Mara call Giants Stadium’s makeshift grass field during the NFC Championship trophy presentation on Jan. 14, 2001?

2

What was the last time National League baseball teams played fewer than 100 games in a regular season?

3

Who recorded the first official NBA quadruple-double in 1974?

4

Pete Alonso set a Mets single-season home record in 2019 with 53; whose co-record of 41 did he surpass?

5

Where do the Golden State Warriors play their home games?

6

Who is the current coach of the Nets?

7

What was the name of the mid-2000s Long Island team in the semi-pro American Basketball Association?

8

What all-New York World Series was the first ever broadcast live on radio?