The 12 most spoiled sports cities in the United States
12. Miami: The success of Miami's sports teams has been sporadic, but we can't ignore the Heat's two recent NBA titles thanks to LeBron's "decision," as well as the Marlins' World Series championships in 1997 and 2003. The Dolphins haven't been great for a while, but they did win back-to-back Super Bowls in 1973 and '74, and their '74 team remains the only in NFL history to enjoy an undefeated season. (Getty Images)Photo by: Joe Raedle
The 12 most spoiled sports cities in the United States
11. San Antonio: San Antonio would probably be higher on this list if it had more than one "Big 4" pro franchise. Even so, the Spurs have been arguably the best team in the NBA over the past 20 years (aside from possibly the Lakers). They won it all in 1999, 2003, 2005, 2007 and 2014. Tim Duncan has spoiled San Antonio residents rotten. (Getty Images)Photo by: Chris Covatta
The 12 most spoiled sports cities in the United States
10. Denver: The Rockies and Nuggets have yet to win a championship, but three Super Bowl titles in 20 years will get you on this list, which is exactly what the Bronocs have done. Their most recent championship came just over a year ago in Super Bowl 50. Also, the Colorado Avalanche have won two Stanley Cup championships, including the 1996 title, which was their inaugural season in Denver following their relocation from Quebec. (Getty Images)Photo by: Dustin Bradford
The 12 most spoiled sports cities in the United States
9. Green Bay: The city has a population of just over 100,000, but it's home to arguably the most successful franchise in NFL history. The Packers have won 13 NFL championships, by far the most of any franchise, as well as four titles in the Super Bowl era. Their most recent Super Bowl title came in 2010. Like San Antonio, Green Bay would likely be higher on this list if it was home to more than one Big 4 team. (Getty Images)Photo by: Christian Petersen
The 12 most spoiled sports cities in the United States
8. Dallas: The Cowboys haven't won a Super Bowl in over 20 years, but they've won five in their history (only the Steelers have more), ranking them among the most successful and revered NFL franchises. Also, the Stars won the 1999 Stanley Cup championship and the Mavericks won the 2011 NBA title. Dallas would be higher on this list if the Rangers hadn't choked away the 2011 World Series. (Getty Images)Photo by: Tom Pennington
The 12 most spoiled sports cities in the United States
7. Detroit: Yes, the Lions are one of just a handful of NFL teams to have never reached the Super Bowl. But the Red Wings have more Stanley Cup titles (11) than any other American NHL franchise (most recently in 2008), the Pistons have won three NBA titles (most recently in 2004) and the Tigers have won four World Series championships (most recently in 1984). (Getty Images)Photo by: Dave Sandford
The 12 most spoiled sports cities in the United States
6. San Francisco: The Giants have won three World Series championships since 2010. The 49ers won five Super Bowls between 1981-94. And the Warriors, who play next door in Oakland but are scheduled to move to San Francisco in 2019, have won two of the last three NBA Finals. So yeah, pretty easy decision to add San Fran to the list. (Getty Images)Photo by: Ezra Shaw
The 12 most spoiled sports cities in the United States
5. Chicago: Even without the Cubs' recent World Series trophy, Chicago has had plenty to cheer about in every Big 4 sport. The Blackhawks have won three Stanley Cups since 2010. The Bulls won six NBA titles in the 90s. The White Sox won the 2005 World Series. And the Bears won Super Bowl XX. (Getty Images)Photo by: Jonathan Daniel
The 12 most spoiled sports cities in the United States
4. New York: Being home to the most successful pro sports franchise in American history will place you high on this list. The Yankees' 27 World Series championships (most recently in 2009) are an incredible feat. Then, there are the Giants, who have won four Super Bowls, including two in the last decade. The Rangers and Islanders have won four Stanley Cups apiece, the Knicks won a pair of NBA titles in the 1970s, the Mets have won two World Series titles of their own (most recently in 1986), and the Jets won Super Bowl III. (Getty Images)Photo by: Jim McIsaac
The 12 most spoiled sports cities in the United States
3. Pittsburgh: The Steel City is ranked this high because it's winning big-time in the "what have you done for me lately" department. The Penguins have won five Stanley Cups since 1991, including back-to-back in 2016 and '17. The Steelers, arguably the league's most respected franchise, have won an NFL-best six Super Bowls (most recently in 2009). The Pirates haven't been in a championship in a while, but they do have five World Series trophies to their name (most recently in 1979). (Getty Images)Photo by: Matt Kincaid
The 12 most spoiled sports cities in the United States
2. Los Angeles: Two words: Lake Show. The Lakers have won 11 NBA titles since they relocated from Minneapolis in 1960. That includes five titles since the turn of the century. In addition, the Kings won the Stanley Cup in 2012 and '14, and the Dodgers have won five World Series since moving from Brooklyn in 1958. Also, the city has gained two NFL teams (the Rams and Chargers) in as many years, after losing the Rams and Raiders in 1994. (Getty Images)Photo by: David McNew
The 12 most spoiled sports cities in the United States
1. Boston: How do you top this list? By having all four of your Big 4 franchises win at least one championship in the last 20 years. The Patriots have won five Super Bowls since 2001, the Red Sox have won three World Series since 2004, and the Bruins claimed their sixth Stanley Cup championship when they won it all in 2011. Oh, and then you have the Celtics, who have won more titles (17) than any other NBA team. Their most recent championship came in 2008 vs. their archrivals, the Lakers. Hey, Boston: Save a little for the rest of us. (Getty Images)Photo by: Jim Rogash