Can You Guess This Sports Franchise From a Short Description?
By: Michael Moraitis
About This Quiz
It's one thing to know the history of a sports franchise in your favorite sport, but just how well do you know the history of all sports franchises in the four major U.S. sports? Find out now with this sports franchise quiz!
This NFL franchise defeated the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI, after trailing 28-3 in the third quarter.
New England Patriots
Super Bowl LI was the first Super Bowl in NFL history to go to overtime. Quarterback Tom Brady won his fifth ring with the victory, the most by any quarterback in NFL history.
This NBA squad holds the record for the most regular season wins in league history.
Golden State Warriors
The Warriors went 73-9 during the 2015-16 season, surpassing the 1995-96 Bulls, a team that won 72 games. Despite their regular season success, the Warriors ended up losing the NBA Finals to the Cleveland Cavaliers.
"1940!" was a popular chant of opposing fans against this NHL team before it finally won a Stanley Cup in the '90s.
New York Rangers
The Rangers were on a 54-year drought before winning the 1994 Stanley Cup against the Vancouver Canucks. Mark Messier's Game 6 guarantee in the Eastern Conference Finals against the Devils is one of the more memorable moments in league history.
Michael Jordan was once the face of this NBA franchise during his playing days.
Los Angeles Lakers
Portland Trail Blazers
New York Knicks
With Phil Jackson as the head coach, the Bulls won six NBA Finals titles in the '90's. During the 1995-96 season, Chicago went 72-10, breaking the record for most regular season wins, which stood until the 2015-16 season.
This MLB franchise made five World Series appearances in the '90s, but only emerged victorious once.
New York Yankees
The Braves were undoubtedly one of the premier sports franchises in the '90s despite going 1-4 in five World Series appearances. The team's only World Series win in that span came against the Cleveland Indians in 1995.
John Elway retired after winning two consecutive Super Bowl titles with this team.
Elway led the Broncos to victories in Super Bowls XXXII and XXXIII, defeating the Green Bay Packers and Atlanta Falcons, respectively. He would go on to retire after the two consecutive Super Bowl wins.
This NHL franchise won two consecutive Stanley Cups during the '90s, with two different head coaches.
New York Rangers
Bob Johnson was the Penguins' coach for their first Stanley Cup title in 1991, however he was replaced by Scotty Bowman after being diagnosed with brain cancer. Sadly Johnson would pass away in the same year in which his team won the Stanley Cup.