Kudos to the Milwaukee Bucks for winning their first NBA Championship in fifty years. While the win was undoubtedly sweet for Giannis, Khris Middleton and the entire Bucks roster, it must also be a big sigh of relief for head coach Mike Budenholzer. It was an open secret that Coach Bud trained for his playoff job. And despite all that pressure, he managed to lead the franchise to its second title. Now the only question is whether he and the Bucks can revive him next season.

Which brings us to today’s quiz. In 1949, the Basketball Association of America merged with the National Basketball League to form the National Basketball Association. The first official NBA Finals were held a year later, in 1950. With that in mind, how many winning coaches from each NBA Finals can you name in six minutes?

Good luck!