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what about detroit? i mean...it doesnt strike me as a huge baseball town...and who cares about the lions...and while people may call it hockey town, really, who cares about hockey?

everyone in Detroit, which is why it is hockeytown

 

Well, maybe everyone in the burbs, but what about those living within 8 Mile?

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what about detroit? i mean...it doesnt strike me as a huge baseball town...and who cares about the lions...and while people may call it hockey town, really, who cares about hockey?

everyone in Detroit, which is why it is hockeytown

 

Well, maybe everyone in the burbs, but what about those living within 8 Mile?

 

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I'm not going to answer as if I know what I'm talking about.. but IMO, NY is the best when the Knicks are winning. I dont know if that qualifies that as a basketball city (and GOD knows I hate the knicks), but i dunno.. its hard to explain. I think NY is a great basketball city.. if that makes them an NBA city, i dunno.. but who knows... you'd have to ask a New Yorker.

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I think you need at least two sports in your town before you can be in the equation. Otherwise, I'd say things that make no sense, like "Salt Lake is a great NBA town."

 

I would think Detroit falls in that category. However, everyone I know from there is an absolute, diehard lions fan, and for that matter football in general (either michigan or michigan state for college). So, having never been there, I'm not sticking my neck out on that one.

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Pacers for sure

 

I would think they took a backseat to Peyton and the boys.

 

 

 

thats only because the colts are up and teh pacers are stupid.

 

 

that town is a basketball town. period.

while Indy is Hoosier Nation, it's still Colts>Pacers

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Pacers for sure

 

I would think they took a backseat to Peyton and the boys.

 

 

 

thats only because the colts are up and teh pacers are stupid.

 

 

that town is a basketball town. period.

while Indy is Hoosier Nation, it's still Colts>Pacers

 

Well i think any city that has NFL and NBA it will always be NFL>NBA

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