Re: Celtics vs. Lakers - Thread to end all Threads on this subject
posted at 6/18/2011 8:45 AM EDT
In Response to Re: Celtics vs. Lakers - Thread to end all Threads on this subject
[QUOTE]Any constructive comments, Lakeravenger, Laker Nation 32, Lakersfan 67, LALAKERsMAN & any other tinsletown troll Sportsteam Lovers ??? I only copied & pasted the Boston & LA Comments but go in to GOOGLE and put in "Top 10 Cities With the Most Sports Championships" if you'd like see the details of the other cities. Top 10 Cities With the Most Sports Championships These cities have won the most major sports championships By Jason Koebler…
Posted by mandobello[/QUOTE]
This Jason Koebler obviously knows nothing. He obviously forgets that there are two sports even more popular than the NHL. And if he counts the MLS, how can he be so ignorant to ignore the NASL?
So, giving the benefit of counting MLS, NASL and NHL, there is no reason for him to ignore college football and basketball.
LA 42 - Lakers 11 Dodgers 5 Rams 1 Raiders 1 Ducks 1 Angels 1 USC football 7 (AP, UPI and BCS), UCLA football 1 UCLA basketball 11, Aztecs 1, Galaxy 2
Boston 35 - Celtics 17, Red Sox 7, Bruins 6, Pats 3, Braves 1, Holy Cross 1
I am kind enough to give you Holy Cross as "Boston". I hope you folks are not crazy enough to count UConn as Boston...
As a matter of fact, only one city in America has ever had the honor of celebrating 3 championships in one sport year:
1972 Bruins, 1972 Lakers, 1972 Trojans
I think LA is the only city with two double-digit championship organizations: UCLA 11, Lakers 11