To be a New York sports fan means, by definition, to be forever burdened with the agony of choice. No other city has anything like the New York area's menu of spectator sports. Two Major League Baseball teams (as well as great minor-league ball in Brooklyn, Staten Island, and nearby New Jersey). Two NFL teams. Two NBA teams (a lot of round ball fans who can't get Knicks tickets have happily switched their allegiance to the Nets). Three—count 'em, three—NHL teams. A Major League Soccer team. The most prestigious American tennis Grand Slam event and top tennis matches year-round in Flushing Meadows. The most famous amateur boxing tournament in the world in the Golden Gloves, as well as good professional fights in nearly all weight divisions at the Garden, and, soon, at the Barclays Center. Major college football, basketball, and lacrosse. And, if you love horses, Belmont Park near the border of Queens and Hempstead and the Aqueduct... More >>>