It's the Nets' time in a Knicks-mad town

New York Post
It's the Nets' time in a Knicks-mad town
It's the Nets' time in a Knicks-mad town

We are all guilty of it. I sure am. We live in a city where every sport has multiple teams, and so that means one of the natural arguments is this: Who owns the town? In hockey and in football, the answers are, and always have been, easy ones. The Rangers ruled the roost even in years when their chief geographic rivals, the Islanders and Devils, weren't just successful but dynastic. The Giants? Even when Joe Willie Namath was prince of the city, the Giants held the keys to the kingdom. They were the ones with the generations-long waiting list for season tickets while the Jets struggled to avoid local blackouts. Baseball? The last 27 years it's been an unrivaled Yankees town, but from 1962 until

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