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What Is Bart Simpson’s Middle Name?

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Bart Simpson

FACT OF THE DAY: Bart Simpson is the world’s oldest 10 year old. His full name is Bartholomew J. Simpson. But what does the “J” stand for? It stands for JoJo… Bartholomew JoJo Simpson.

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First Teammates To Have Triple-Double

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Stephen Curry and Draymond Green

FACT OF THE DAY: In sweeping the Portland Blazers to advance to the 2019 NBA Finals, Stephen Curry (left) and Draymond Green (right) made history. The Golden States Warriors twosome became the first teammates to have a triple-double (double digits in 3 categories {points, rebounds, assists, blocks, or steals}) in the same playoff game.

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More 3-Pointers Than in the 1980’s

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James Harden

FACT OF THE DAY: NBA (National Basketball Association) players made a combined 27,955 3-point shots during the 2018-2019 regular season. That’s over 4,000 more 3-pointers than were made during the ENTIRE 1980’s (23,871).

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The Highest Selling Gaming Console

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Playstation 2

FACT OF THE DAY: The winner is, the Sony Playstation 2! With sales crossing the 155+ million units sold mark, the Playstation 2 (also known as PS2) currently ranks as the highest selling game console of all-time.

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Answer to Life Really Is 42!

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the number 42

FACT OF THE DAY: According to the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, the answer to life, universe, and everything is the number 42. Why did author Douglass Adams choose that number? There is some logic behind it. In the world of coding and computer programming, the number 42 is used to represent the asterisk (*). What does the asterisk represent? It represents an undetermined quantity that can be whatever you want. Hence, the answer to life, universe, and everything is ‘whatever you want it to be’.

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Youngest NBA Player to Score 50 Points

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Brandon Jennings

FACT OF THE DAY: Brandon Jennings is the youngest NBA (National Basketball Association) player to score 50 or more points in a game. He accomplished this feat on November 14, 2009, at the young age of 20 years and 52 days. A rookie for the Milwaukee Bucks, he was playing in just his seventh career game.

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Biggest Blowout in Super Bowl History

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Ronnie Lott

FACT OF THE DAY: Every year the Super Bowl has a loser. In 1990, the Denver Broncos earned the distinction of being the team to lose by the most points ever. They were defeated by the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XXIV by a score of 55-10.

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Peyton Manning’s Super Bowl First

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Peyton Manning

FACT OF THE DAY: Peyton Manning is the first and only NFL quarterback to lead two different franchises to a Super Bowl victory. He led both the Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos to the Vince Lombardi championship trophy.

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Who’s Never Won A Super Bowl?

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Diving football player

FACT OF THE DAY: Tom Brady of the New England Patriots will be playing in his ninth Super Bowl game tomorrow. There are fours teams in the NFL that have never made it to the big game.

So which are the teams to who haven’t reached the Super Bowl? That would be the Jacksonville Jaguars, Detroit Lions, Houston Texans, and the Cleveland Browns.

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First American Team to Win Stanley Cup

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Seattle Metropolitans

FACT OF THE DAY: In 1917, the Seattle Metropolitans of the NHA (National Hockey Association) league became the first American team to win the Stanley Cup. Later that year, the NHA would cease operations and the NHL (National Hockey League) would begin.

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