Ranking cities with at least 4 major teams

first_img 0 GFB Share this post Banned Posted August 21, 2014 Share on other sites Link to post Link to post Link to post Share on other sites Sports Logo News Link to post 2,511 posts DL Watt 994 posts Ranking cities with at least 4 major teams 5,747 posts Link to post 0 33 Sports Logos I just wondered to myself why LA isn’t on this list…lol….I think 3 teams should be minimum for the list. LA, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, St. Louis, Houston, Tampa Bay, Toronto, Atlanta, etc. eliasrappaport Sign in to follow this   BrianLion Members I don’t get how the Giants and Jets are split up in your list. They both play in Jersey. For that reason I’m also lumping the Devils into the same category. I’m just going to lump all of NY together. It’s too confusing. Also, the Sharks are in the bay area but not the A’s or Raiders? Chicago’s the pretty clear-cut favorite IMO. 1. Chicago- Blackhawks, Bears and Bulls all in the top 3 of their respective leagues. Cubs and Sox arguably top 10 as well. 2. New York- Yanks, Rangers, Devils, Isles, Mets, Giants all great looks. Jets, Nets, Knicks not at all bad. 3. Boston- Not a fan of the Pats unis or else they’d be making a push for #1 or 2. 4. SF Bay Area- Giants, A’s, Raiders, Niners, Warriors all in the upper echelon of their leagues.5. Detroit- Tigers, Wings amongst best in their leagues. Pistons and Lions top half in theirs. 6. Philadelphia- The Sixers knock them down, otherwise they’d make a case to leapfrog Detroit. 7. Dallas- Cowboys and Stars top 10 in their leagues. Rangers not bad. Not a fan of the Mavs. 8. Washington- Redskins and Wizards upper half of their leagues. Nationals are decent. If the Caps cleaned up their uniforms they’d be higher. After this point I had a tough time. They’re all bad. I guess I’m going to go with a great, good, meh, bad ranking system. 9. Minneapolis/St. Paul (Vikings- good, Twins- meh, Timberwolves- meh, Wild- good) 2 goods, 2 mehs. 10. Miami (Dolphins- meh, Marlins- bad, Heat- great, Panthers- bad) 1 great, 3 bads. 11. Phoenix (Cardinals- meh, Diamondbacks- meh, Suns- bad, Coyotes- meh) 3 mehs, 1 bad.12. Denver (Broncos meh, Rockies meh, Nuggets meh, Avalanche BAD) 3 mehs, 1 very bad. MJWalker45 illwauk Banned Share this post Share on other sites 0 Location:Fort Worth BrianLion Location:Pennsylvania 0 1 Link to post 12,353 posts Share on other sites All Activity 2,975 Share this post 7,283 posts Followers 0 Location:Bossier City, LA 1,890 Posted August 21, 2014 markotsay7 Share on other sites 0 2,000 Favourite Logos:Detroit Lions, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Red Wings, Pittsburgh Penguins, Florida Panthers, Chicago Bulls, Minnesota Timberwolves, Detroit Tigers DC in Da House w/o a Doubt Recommended Posts Share on other sites Share this post 423 markotsay7 5,026 Grand Pooba of Walksylvania Members Next 22,252 posts Favourite Logos:EaglesLakersFalconsOld Brewers Logo with glove eliasrappaport From this list I’d say Bay Area. nice clean looks and nothing that looks out of place or over the top. 5,026 Posted August 21, 2014 Location:Wisco 0 Forums Home Share on other sites 33 Members List corrections:The Knicks and Rangers are the only teams that actually play IN Manhattan. Plus if you’re going to include the Giants and Jets, shouldn’t the Devils be included?As mentioned, why are the Warriors the only Oakland team included in the “Bay Area”?100% Agree, the A’s have one of the best looks in baseball and the Raiders have a classic uniform set as well that in my opinion, would make the “Bay Area” teams the best looking out of the bunch.Pains me to say that even though my allegiance lies with the Phoenix/ Arizona teams, they have the worst looking uniforms amongst the group! Why is NY split if you lump the Bay Area and all of South Florida together? (And neither the Giants nor the Yankees play in Manhattan BTW). You also left the Raiders and the A’s out of the Bay Area Sports Posted August 20, 2014 Location:The DMV pianoknight This topic is now closed to further replies. All Activity Link to post The Invisible Share on other sites GFB 2,000 eliasrappaport 2,000 750 posts Members 3,583 Posted August 21, 2014 3 posts Detroit, Chicago, and Boston are the top ones for me; but New York has made up considerable ground over the last 3-4 years (Mets ditching black, Knicks ditching black, Islanders going retro 95% of the time, etc…) 0 994 posts Location:Philadelphia Pa Link to post McCall 1,450 Share this post 0 7,532 posts Share on other sites BrianLion Link to post Posted August 20, 2014 994 posts Sports Logo News 0 1,585 Share this post Share this post 0 pianoknight Members Share this post Members Members Here’s the list of US cities with at least 4 major teams..New York (Giants, Yankees, Knicks, Rangers)Brooklyn/Not Manhattan (Jets, Mets, Nets, Islanders)Chicago (Bears, Cubs, White Sox, Bulls, Blackhawks)Philadelphia (Eagles, Phillies, Sixers, Flyers)Boston (Patriots, Red Sox, Celtics, Bruins)Washington (Redskins, Nationals, Wizards, Capitals)Miami (Dolphins, Marlins, Heat, Panthers)Dallas (Cowboys, Rangers, Mavericks, Stars)Phoenix (Cardinals, Diamondbacks, Suns, Coyotes)Bay Area (49ers, Giants, Warriors, Sharks)Denver (Broncos, Rockies, Nuggets, Avalanche)Detroit (Lions, Tigers, Pistons, Red Wings)Minneapolis (Vikings, Twins, Timberwolves, Wild)How would you rank these, all looks considered? Link to post List corrections:The Knicks and Rangers are the only teams that actually play IN Manhattan. Plus if you’re going to include the Giants and Jets, shouldn’t the Devils be included?As mentioned, why are the Warriors the only Oakland team included in the “Bay Area”? Also Ft Lauderdaile isn’t really a city so it doesn’t count.It’s like saying Anaheim shouldn’t be lumped together with LA.It really shouldn’t though tigerslionspistonshabs 1 Posted August 20, 2014 15,496 posts 1,585 666 Why is NY split if you lump the Bay Area and all of South Florida together? (And neither the Giants nor the Yankees play in Manhattan BTW). You also left the Raiders and the A’s out of the Bay AreaBay Area is together because those are the general SF teams (Sharks is only stretch one), NY is split up because 8 teams is too much to make a good comparison and data shows that Manhattan likes the Giants, Yankees, Knicks, and Rangers the most. The Jets are only popular in Long Island, the Mets are popular in both but generally less in Manhattan. The Nets and Islanders are clearly Long Island teams. I don’t even get your South Florida problem. All those teams are “Miami” except the Panthers who plays 45 minutes out.Jets are probably more popular in New Jersey these days than Long Island, even if they originated playing in Queens. You can probably say the same for the Nets at this point. As for South Florida, the Panthers play closer to Ft. Lauderdale than Miami (about and hour + away) and the Dolphins play in Miami Gardens which is close to a half hour outside of Miami. Both of which are farther than the trek from New York City to Brooklyn/Nassua/Meadowlands 2 tigerslionspistonshabs Share on other sites Share this post Members 994 posts Ranking cities with at least 4 major teams 0 Share this post 0 33 illwauk Share this post Formerly & Currently McCall Share this post Share on other sites Link to post 1,450 Banned Location:San Antonio, Texas Share this post 0 Link to post DC in Da House w/o a Doubt 1,920 posts Share on other sites 1,204 16 29texan mafiaman Favourite Logos:EaglesLakersFalconsOld Brewers Logo with glove Share on other sites 5,026 Posted August 21, 2014 1,204 1,450 mafiaman 33 Link to post Forums Home 1,204 33 DL Watt 33 33 Hard to go against the classic looks of New York’s teams. They get my vote for #1. Brooklyn/Not Manhattan would probably be my #2 Posted August 20, 2014 eliasrappaport Posted August 21, 2014 382 33 1,450 Share this post Share this post eliasrappaport Why is NY split if you lump the Bay Area and all of South Florida together? (And neither the Giants nor the Yankees play in Manhattan BTW). You also left the Raiders and the A’s out of the Bay AreaBay Area is together because those are the general SF teams (Sharks is only stretch one), NY is split up because 8 teams is too much to make a good comparison and data shows that Manhattan likes the Giants, Yankees, Knicks, and Rangers the most. The Jets are only popular in Long Island, the Mets are popular in both but generally less in Manhattan. The Nets and Islanders are clearly Long Island teams. I don’t even get your South Florida problem. All those teams are “Miami” except the Panthers who plays 45 minutes out. 1,450 Posted August 21, 2014 eliasrappaport 33 423 33 Favourite Logos:EaglesLakersFalconsOld Brewers Logo with glove Location:Philadelphia Pa Location:Philadelphia Pa Link to post Posted August 20, 2014 Share this post McCall Location:Eugene, OR Members Share on other sites Location:DETROIT 5,926 posts 1,585 3,583 382 1,890 Favourite Logos:EaglesLakersFalconsOld Brewers Logo with glove Members SportsLogos.Net Posted August 21, 2014 Link to post 666 Share on other sites Share this post Next Also Ft Lauderdaile isn’t really a city so it doesn’t count.It’s like saying Anaheim shouldn’t be lumped together with LA. 6,236 posts 1,585 0 1,890 tigerslionspistonshabs 1,585 2,975 Link to post Posted August 21, 2014 29texan Share on other sites Share on other sites tigerslionspistonshabs 33 eliasrappaport Members Prev 423 0 Posted August 21, 2014 Posted August 21, 2014 I’m just going to put all of the New York teams in one…1. Chicago2. Detroit3. New York4. Boston5. Philly 6. Dallas/Ft. Worth7. Bay Area8. Washington D.C.9. Twin Cities 10. Miami11. Denver12. Phoenix 0 0 5,926 posts Posted August 20, 2014 Link to post I just wondered to myself why LA isn’t on this list…lol….I think 3 teams should be minimum for the list. LA, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, St. Louis, Houston, Tampa Bay, Toronto, Atlanta, etc.That’d be a separate list. I did 4 so it’s comparable. wonderbread Banned Members 1,450 Posted August 20, 2014 Location:Pennsylvania 3,583 33 eliasrappaport Link to post Chicago is your destination if you prefer classic uniforms.Bears, Cubs, Bulls, Blackhawks and (generally) Chi-Sox are all pretty traditional in their uniforms. By eliasrappaport, August 20, 2014 in Sports Logo News Share on other sites Prev 16 Members Banned 33 wonderbread Location:Philadelphia Pa Location:Philadelphia Pa Members Why is NY split if you lump the Bay Area and all of South Florida together? (And neither the Giants nor the Yankees play in Manhattan BTW). You also left the Raiders and the A’s out of the Bay AreaBay Area is together because those are the general SF teams (Sharks is only stretch one), NY is split up because 8 teams is too much to make a good comparison and data shows that Manhattan likes the Giants, Yankees, Knicks, and Rangers the most. The Jets are only popular in Long Island, the Mets are popular in both but generally less in Manhattan. The Nets and Islanders are clearly Long Island teams. I don’t even get your South Florida problem. All those teams are “Miami” except the Panthers who plays 45 minutes out. Jets are probably more popular in New Jersey these days than Long Island, even if they originated playing in Queens. You can probably say the same for the Nets at this point. As for South Florida, the Panthers play closer to Ft. Lauderdale than Miami (about and hour + away) and the Dolphins play in Miami Gardens which is close to a half hour outside of Miami. Both of which are farther than the trek from New York City to Brooklyn/Nassua/Meadowlands1. The only county that has the Jets as their favorite team is in Long Island.2. Nets play in Brooklyn3. The pistons play in Auburn Hills, the Patriots play in Foxborough, etc. Miami Gardens is no different. They’re a Miami team.4. The Northeast is super condensed so 10 miles is like 60 miles down in Florida. That’s why I include the Panthers. Also Ft Lauderdaile isn’t really a city so it doesn’t count. 4,868 posts 0 Share this post Share on other sites Page 1 of 2   33 eliasrappaport 2,975 Banned 382 He split the New York teams up because sports fandom in New York is fairly consistent amongst the first NY teams in their respective sports (Yankees, Giants, Knicks, Rangers) which all have strong Manhattan roots even if they no longer play there. The second teams (Mets, Jets, Nets, Islanders) usually have move localized fan bases and focus more on Long Island/Brooklyn/Queens. Sports Logos Share this post Link to post Location:Missouri Favourite Logos:EaglesLakersFalconsOld Brewers Logo with glove 0 Link to post 16 666 0 2 I’m biased as a Marlins fan (though I’m not a fan of the other 3 teams) but Miami has the best variance I think. Dolphins and Marlins are bold, Panthers and Heat are classic combinations. A bunch of those cities are just red/white/blue cop-outs. Blackhawks have the best logo in sports IMO, but the other Chicago teams are boring as all hell. BrianLion Share on other sites Location:DETROIT eliasrappaport 2,511 posts Favourite Logos:Detroit Lions, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Red Wings, Pittsburgh Penguins, Florida Panthers, Chicago Bulls, Minnesota Timberwolves, Detroit Tigers 0 MJWalker45 994 posts 33 I guess if you consider teal and white “bold,” then that’s what the Dolphins are… Share this post “People of the court, these guys are total dildos!&quot Page 1 of 2   Posted August 21, 2014 Sign in to follow this   Followers 0 Go To Topic Listing 0 SportsLogos.Net 1,585 0 Posted August 20, 2014 Ranking cities with at least 4 major teamslast_img read more

Will Smith talks honoring Robin Williams as he adds his “new flavor” to the Genie in “Aladdin”

first_imgWalt Disney Pictures(NEW YORK) — Will Smith is taking on the iconic role of the Genie in Disney’s live action film, Aladdin…and making it his own.The original character was voiced by the late Robin Williams in the 1992 animated feature film. Smith said on ABC’s Good Morning America Monday that Williams completely “smashed” the part, so he felt pressure to approach the character in a different way.“I watched the original and Robin, he just destroyed that thing,” Smith told GMA. “It was so intimidating. The one thing that I latched onto was the idea that it was going to be live action…I knew that left a little bit of room.”“He revolutionized what you could do in these types of films,” Smith added of Williams. “He really changed using modern references and things like that. So for me, the hip-hop angle was the angle that I saw that would be my ‘in.’”Smith said he listened to the soundtrack from the original movie to see how he could honor Williams while also putting his own spin on the character.He said he realized that he ‘could pay homage to Robin, but then also be able to add my new flavor.”Smith added, “This is the most fun I’ve ever had making a movie. It’s singing, it’s dancing, it’s rapping, it’s acting, it’s special effects, it’s action, it’s so much heart — the beautiful love story and Naomi [Scott] does a brilliant job as Princess Jasmine.”Smith jokingly admitted that, while he’s made some “questionable” films in the past, this one is a winner.“I can in good conscience encourage you to go see this one,” he said.Aladdin hits theaters May 24.Disney is the parent company of ABC News.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more