This post is sponsored by T-Mobile.
It's time to give away a few more tickets to an Orlando Magic home game, courtesy of T-Mobile. At stake tonight? Tickets to see the Magic host the Sacramento Kings on Friday, Janaury 22nd. Here's how it'll work.
In each installment of the T-Mobile Trivia Challenge, we'll put forth a Magic trivia question and give you the chance to win tickets to an upcoming Magic home game with a correct response.
We have four tickets to give away, but don't want the winners to have to go on their lonesome. Thus, two winners with the correct response will each receive two tickets to the game, which will allow them to bring a guest. I do not know the exact location of these seats, but I've been assured they are pretty good. And they're free, so you quite literally cannot beat the price.
Respond to the trivia question in the comments section of this post, preferably without any ornamentation or additional text. Do not comment more than once, because a) that's unfair and b) I'll disqualify you. At the end of the comment period, I will close the comments section and our ticket coordinator will pick the winners at random by drawing two numbers.
We ask that only people who are able to attend the game enter their responses.
You have from now until 5 PM tomorrow afternoon--that's 5 PM on Saturday, January 16th--to post your response. I'll close the comments at that time. We'll announce the winners Monday morning. Either I or our ticket coordinator will contact the winners via email with further instructions on how to obtain the tickets.
Bearing everything written above in mind, make the jump to read our trivia question for next Friday's matchup between the Magic and the Kings.
On January 14th, 2009, the Magic set a single-game NBA record for three-pointers made by sinking 23 treys against the Kings. How many three-pointers did the Magic make in the first game against the Kings in franchise history?
Again, you have until 5 tomorrow afternoon to submit your answer. Have fun.