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Multiple Choice Questions

1. What are the names of Wooden's parents?
(a) John and Nellie.
(b) Joshua and Roxie.
(c) Joshua and Nellie.
(d) John and Roxie.

2. Wooden says he wanted his relationship with his players to be the same as the relationship he experienced with whom?
(a) His father.
(b) His teachers.
(c) His wife.
(d) His brothers.

3. What family member does Wooden talk the most about during Part 1 of "Wooden"?
(a) His father.
(b) His mother.
(c) His uncle.
(d) His brothers.

4. Wooden says he ran his basketball team like he ran his what?
(a) Errands.
(b) Household.
(c) Career.
(d) Car.

5. What does Wooden want from his father?
(a) His father's Bible.
(b) His father's approval.
(c) His father's inheritance.
(d) His father's intelligence.

6. When Wooden discusses players who have been on his various teams, he is giving them what?
(a) A piece of his mind, especially for those he didn't like.
(b) A chance to be part of history.
(c) A chance to write their own books now that he has given them a lead-in.
(d) Recognition for their achievements even though no one knows them.

7. Where does Wooden feel personal glory comes into play when it comes to being on a team?
(a) He doesn't voice an opinion on the subject.
(b) He feels it shouldn't be part of a team at all.
(c) He feels it should come first.
(d) He feels it should come second.

8. Wooden says his parents worked without what?
(a) Money.
(b) An education.
(c) Complaining.
(d) Love.

9. What does Wooden say about the Olympics?
(a) He tries to go to the Olympics every four years.
(b) He wishes he could have gone to the Olympics.
(c) He says it's the highest honor an athlete can receive.
(d) He feels it's not as "honest" as the Special Olympics.

10. Wooden seems to see every day as what?
(a) A time to mourn.
(b) One step closer to death.
(c) A waste of time.
(d) An opportunity to be a better person.

11. How does Wooden feel about his family?
(a) He doesn't talk much about them.
(b) He feels sad when he thinks about them.
(c) He loves them very much.
(d) He gets annoyed with them easily.

12. What year was Wooden born?
(a) 1910.
(b) 1900.
(c) 1930.
(d) 1920.

13. Wooden loves what sport, though it isn't the prime drive of his life?
(a) Hockey.
(b) Basketball.
(c) Football.
(d) Running.

14. Why does John and Nellie Wooden's marriage end?
(a) John left Nellie.
(b) They were divorced.
(c) Nellie died.
(d) John died.

15. Throughout his life, Wooden has always loved what, thanks to his father?
(a) Art.
(b) Literature.
(c) Fame.
(d) Music.

Short Answer Questions

1. When Wooden loses Nellie, he finds what?

2. Throughout Part 2 of "Wooden," Wooden continues to emphasize his love for whom?

3. Wooden feels that strong support in a family results in what?

4. What does Wooden feel could happen if you attain a goal for which you haven't fully prepared?

5. How does Wooden feel about his players who became famous as opposed to his players who didn't become famous?

(see the answer keys)

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