[quote user="Morehead State"]
[quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="Kase-1"][quote user="bigblue4417"][quote user="Kase-1"][quote user="bigblue4417"][quote user="Kase-1"][quote user="bigblue4417"][quote user="Kase-1"]And there are more 'hockeytowns' than 'basketballtowns'
That is debatable but no way to get a real answer.
[/quote]Well Im happy you asked, I judged it by the amount of cities that sellout their home games and in the NHL there were 12 teams that sold out 100% of their games and 4 more that sold out 99% of their games, while the NBA had 6 teams that sold out 100% of their home games and 3 teams that sold out 99% of their games
You subtract Canada?
[/quote]Why subtract Canadia, they have teams in both sports.
But even without Canadia NHL has 11 teams that sellout 99% or better and the NBA has 9 that sellout 99% or better
So it's almost even. lol
Your case is getting weaker and weaker by the minute...
[/quote]Almost doesnt mean tish, the pats ALMOST won the super bowl, the Bills were ALMOST 4x SB champions
its almost even PERCENTAGE wise
hard numbers of tickets sold its not - Basketball sells more tickets
Thast like saying that baseball is more popular than football because in hard numbers, baseball sold more tickets. (I guess we should ignore that there are only 16 games in football and 162 in baseball OR that there are more NBA teams than NHL teams.)</p>[/quote]
thats a pretty ridiculous statement.
Hockey and basketball aren't only ON at the same period of time pretty much BUT THEY HAVE THE SAME AMOUNT OF GAMES