Friday, February 21st:
- New Orleans at Charlotte
- New York at Orlando
- Dallas at Philadelphia
- Cleveland at Toronto
- Atlanta at Detroit
- Denver at Chicago
- LA Clippers at Memphis
- San Antonio at Phoenix
- Utah at Portland
- Boston at LA Lakers
Saturday, February 22nd:
- Memphis at Charlotte
- New Orleans at Washington
- New York at Atlanta
- Dallas at Detroit
- Indiana at Milwaukee
- Minnesota at Utah
- Boston at Sacramento
- Brooklyn at Golden State
How’s your trivia coming along? I know everyone is enjoying Quizzy with Roy Smallwood. Here are a few Oregon trivia tidbits for you:
- The “Oregon Pioneer” statue that tops the capitol building is a work by Ulric Ellerhusen. This heroic figure represents the spirit of Oregon’s early settlers.
- The state park system has 159 yurts located in 19 parks. Yurts are a circular domed tent suitable for camping.
- Navy blue and gold are Oregon’s official state colors.
- The Chinook salmon is Oregon’s official state fish.
- The Willamette River was discovered in 1792.
- In 1858 the richest gold find in the Cascade Mountains was discovered in the Bohemia Mining District at Sharp’s Creek near Cottage Grove.
- Dorris Ranch in Springfield became the first commercial filbert orchard in the state.
- In 1876 the University of Oregon opened in Eugene. Deady Hall was the first building on campus and still exists.
- In 1880 a sea cave was discovered near what is now known as Florence. Sea Lion Caves is known to be the largest sea cave in the world.
Join us at Greeley Avenue every Wednesday evening for the fun and games beginning at 6 p.m.
Have a great week and we’ll see ya there!