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JordansBulls
02-28-2011, 05:32 PM
Are there a ton of Knicks fans that live in South Florida?

Because during the game yesterday you would have thought the Knicks were the home team with how much people were cheering for them.

What's the deal with that?

Raph12
02-28-2011, 05:34 PM
Heat fans are fickle? :shrug:

RZZZA
02-28-2011, 05:35 PM
I'm told that the citizens of Miami prefer the beach to the stadium

DaBear
02-28-2011, 05:36 PM
That's pretty much how Miami is. Mostly people who aren't from there. You'll probably see a lot of Bulls fans there this Sunday.

black1605
02-28-2011, 05:36 PM
Lots of people relocate from New York to Florida.

Melo15
02-28-2011, 05:36 PM
Yeah, I mean it's pretty obvious the Heat fans aren't the greatest around. A team like the Knicks always has a pretty good following.

yboord028
02-28-2011, 05:37 PM
Lots of people relocate from New York to Florida.

Bingo.

RZZZA
02-28-2011, 05:37 PM
I got a good impression of Miami from watching Dexter, I mean besides all the dead bodies and a new serial killer popping up in the city every other week.

RangersMets
02-28-2011, 05:40 PM
NorthEast citizens like to retire to southern states - namely Florida, because it is the closest.

Going off of that - New York has a higher population than any other state on the Eastern side of the Country.

Therefore - New York teams usually go 50/50 or 40/60 with fans of Florida teams in basically any sport. Basketball, Football, Baseball, Hockey.

Bornknick73
02-28-2011, 05:41 PM
Florida is 50% New Yorkers 30% Cubans 10% Haitians and 10% Floridians.

Im been up and down the state of Florida from Tampa to Miami every year for the last 25 years and I have yet to meet someone who is actually from there. Show me a 4th generation Floridian and Ill show you a swamp running alligator eating red neck.

The Jokemaker
02-28-2011, 05:41 PM
Watch some Seinfeld. His parents are from NY originally and moved to Florida. This is a common occurence of the older population, especially those from the north. It's really quite the phenomenon, scientists are calling it the Senior Migration from Effing Cold to Always Warm.

Florida is a hodgepodge of areas, in people and biodiversity. Ton of invasive species as well as people from all over the US moving to live there. There's fair weather year round as well as year round fair weather fans.

Hence, Knicks being cheered for during a game in South Beach. I'd say the more interesting issue was at the beginning of the game, attendance looked horrible. Ton of empty seats.

abe_froman
02-28-2011, 05:42 PM
i'd imagine so,alot of retirees are said to live in that area who are originally from ny...and i'd imagine rich transplants to(make your money in nyc,enjoying on the sunny beach)

D Roses Bulls
02-28-2011, 05:42 PM
Are there a ton of Knicks fans that live in South Florida?

Because during the game yesterday you would have thought the Knicks were the home team with how much people were cheering for them.

What's the deal with that?

I guess you haven't been to florida very much have you?

RangersMets
02-28-2011, 05:42 PM
I got a good impression of Miami from watching Dexter, I mean besides all the dead bodies and a new serial killer popping up in the city every other week.

I always wondered what would've happened if all these serial killers didn't have extremely convenient timing for Dexter by popping up 1 per year - like, what if all the "bad guys" from seasons 1-5 popped up in Miami in the same week? Dexter would be screwed I guess haha

kswissdaf
02-28-2011, 05:43 PM
there are way more people from new york in florida then people from florida

h2r09
02-28-2011, 05:45 PM
miami is a transian city and florida a transian state.but there were an obnoxious amount of knicks fans there last night.

i was there last ngiht and it was like a road game.

masalex1205
02-28-2011, 05:45 PM
Florida residents, especially southern Floridians have a significant number that are from cold weather places, especially the Northeast (ie NY). One of the reasons why the passion for the Heat just isn't there

smith&wesson
02-28-2011, 05:48 PM
because the heat wanted amare not bosh, so when they get to see the far superior power foward they cant help but chear. lol

Bornknick73
02-28-2011, 05:48 PM
For non-retirees Florida is where you go when you cant hack it. Yeah I said it. Everyone Ive ever known who has gone down there was because they couldnt find a job, they couldnt hack the taxes, they couldnt deal with the pace, the city wore them down.

Its make or break. You make it and stay or it breaks you and you leave. If you dont have the blood of the hustler you leave. Yeah I said it.

The Jokemaker
02-28-2011, 05:49 PM
miami is a transian city and florida a transian state.but there were an obnoxious amount of knicks fans there last night.

i was there last ngiht and it was like a road game.

Not trying to be an instigator but in regards to your sig, it was Lebron who last night insisted on driving to the lane and trying to score (instead of say kicking it out) which ultimately cost his team the game...

Just saying!

When the Lakers play in MIA it should be mostly Miami fans considering LA is another one of those always nice weather areas.

PhillyFaninLA
02-28-2011, 05:49 PM
I'm told that the citizens of Miami prefer the beach to the stadium


Wow your averaging 68 posts a day. I just glanced at your join date a total. No real point but thats a lot.

RZZZA
02-28-2011, 05:49 PM
Why do New Yorkers pretend like New York is the toughest city in the world to live?

I've seen some of those South American and Asian cities that are packed worse than New York, I'd rather live in NY than there.

RZZZA
02-28-2011, 05:50 PM
Wow your averaging 68 posts a day. I just glanced at your join date a total. No real point but thats a lot.

woopee, it's easy when all you ever type is one word or one sentence responses

NYKalltheway
02-28-2011, 05:51 PM
I assume many people who decide to retire in Miami are from New York :shrug:

knickerbockerny
02-28-2011, 05:55 PM
NorthEast citizens like to retire to southern states - namely Florida, because it is the closest.

Going off of that - New York has a higher population than any other state on the Eastern side of the Country.

Therefore - New York teams usually go 50/50 or 40/60 with fans of Florida teams in basically any sport. Basketball, Football, Baseball, Hockey.

This!! When I watch a Yankee Rays game more than half the stadium are Yankees fans.

But for the most part, where ever the Knicks play on the East Coast, there will be a bunch of Knick fans, especially now that the Knicks have a good product.

When the Knicks play New Jersey, Atlanta, Washington, Miami, Charlotte and Orlando from here on out expect a strong Knick contingent.

CostanzaNumba0
02-28-2011, 05:57 PM
Why do New Yorkers pretend like New York is the toughest city in the world to live?

I've seen some of those South American and Asian cities that are packed worse than New York, I'd rather live in NY than there.

Cuz we bigger, stronger, faster, built-to-hurt

YankeeClipper5
02-28-2011, 05:57 PM
I spend about 60% of the year in Miami and there are a lot of New Yorkers down here. Anytime a team from NY is playing down here they tend to sell out.

I went to last nights game with a big group of Knicks fans and we got our tix through a bunch of Heat season ticket holders.

Gators123
02-28-2011, 05:58 PM
Are there a ton of Knicks fans that live in South Florida?

Because during the game yesterday you would have thought the Knicks were the home team with how much people were cheering for them.

What's the deal with that?

I use to live in South Florida. A LOT of the people that live there are originally from NY.

LayZbone
02-28-2011, 05:59 PM
A lot of Knick fans and Celtic fans in Miami. IDK why.

h2r09
02-28-2011, 06:01 PM
Not trying to be an instigator but in regards to your sig, it was Lebron who last night insisted on driving to the lane and trying to score (instead of say kicking it out) which ultimately cost his team the game...

Just saying!

When the Lakers play in MIA it should be mostly Miami fans considering LA is another one of those always nice weather areas.

wtf are you talking about? he insisted on that because he is the best guy in the entire league at doing that. amare made a great play. doesnt mean i wouldnt want lebron driving to the lane 100 out of 100 times.

NYKnickFanatic
02-28-2011, 06:02 PM
Lots of people relocate from New York to Florida.

You win.

xxcubs22xx
02-28-2011, 06:19 PM
Watch some Seinfeld. His parents are from NY originally and moved to Florida. This is a common occurence of the older population, especially those from the north. It's really quite the phenomenon, scientists are calling it the Senior Migration from Effing Cold to Always Warm.

Florida is a hodgepodge of areas, in people and biodiversity. Ton of invasive species as well as people from all over the US moving to live there. There's fair weather year round as well as year round fair weather fans.

Hence, Knicks being cheered for during a game in South Beach. I'd say the more interesting issue was at the beginning of the game, attendance looked horrible. Ton of empty seats.

I'm actually applying for an internship in catching and tracking of the Burmese Pythons, including subsequent analysis using GIS software :)

OG "Dee" LOCc
02-28-2011, 06:54 PM
basically what everyone said, and a lot of people from new york go to florida during the february breaks (ny schools..), so you saw an extra amount of knicks fans there this weekend

Big Zo
02-28-2011, 07:46 PM
I swear yesterday is the first time I saw Knicks fans there in like 10 years. None of them would show up last year when the Knicks were terrible. Also, whenever I'd see Spike Lee, he would be wearing a normal suit. Now he's gone back to wearing his full weasel gettup.

Bornknick73
02-28-2011, 07:53 PM
I swear yesterday is the first time I saw Knicks fans there in like 10 years. None of them would show up last year when the Knicks were terrible. Also, whenever I'd see Spike Lee, he would be wearing a normal suit. Now he's gone back to wearing his full weasel gettup.

Maybe you guys can dust off Don Johnson and get him a weasel suit.

15carlos21
02-28-2011, 07:56 PM
It is unfortunate that those 3 chose to play in Miami, bc i can't think of a city that deserves a team like that less. Cleveland packed there stadium to watch Lebron play and he gets booed as he shoots free throws in Miami....what a joke!

marlinsfan24
02-28-2011, 08:01 PM
It is unfortunate that those 3 chose to play in Miami, bc i can't think of a city that deserves a team like that less. Cleveland packed there stadium to watch Lebron play and he gets booed as he shoots free throws in Miami....what a joke!

Have you ever been to South Beach? Much better then a basketball game :D

tr3ymill3r
02-28-2011, 08:07 PM
There's a ton of Knicks fans, now.

KnicksR4Real
02-28-2011, 08:08 PM
Are there a ton of Knicks fans that live in South Florida?

Because during the game yesterday you would have thought the Knicks were the home team with how much people were cheering for them.

What's the deal with that?

You know that's kinda a mystery. My best guess is that when Houston destroyed them Heat fans made the right decesion by changing sides. No but I'm clueless, it may be because their NY. Their just popular.:confused:

small3
02-28-2011, 08:10 PM
Are there a ton of Knicks fans that live in South Florida?

Because during the game yesterday you would have thought the Knicks were the home team with how much people were cheering for them.

What's the deal with that?

Most Heat fans who had tickets had a choice between making a bunch of money and selling their tickets or emptying their pockets b/f the WIC checks arrived on 1st.

They took the cash.

mjqusoldier
02-28-2011, 08:11 PM
I swear yesterday is the first time I saw Knicks fans there in like 10 years. None of them would show up last year when the Knicks were terrible. Also, whenever I'd see Spike Lee, he would be wearing a normal suit. Now he's gone back to wearing his full weasel gettup.

Na i live in florida and see the Knicks every time they come down. Theres always alot of Knicks fans overpowering the poor Heat fans. Its just what it is.

Sadds The Gr8
02-28-2011, 08:12 PM
I'm told that the citizens of Miami prefer the beach to the stadium


:rimshot:

Big Zo
02-28-2011, 08:14 PM
You know that's kinda a mystery. My best guess is that when Houston destroyed them Heat fans made the right decesion by changing sides. No but I'm clueless, it may be because their NY. Their just popular.:confused:

You mean that guy that never won a ring and played for the team that's STILL waiting to win one?

Big Zo
02-28-2011, 08:16 PM
Na i live in florida and see the Knicks every time they come down. Theres always alot of Knicks fans overpowering the poor Heat fans. Its just what it is.

Yeah right! And even if that were true, all the so called "overpowering" didn't help the Knicks much, did it?

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NYKSpiritBomb
02-28-2011, 08:25 PM
Why do New Yorkers pretend like New York is the toughest city in the world to live?

I've seen some of those South American and Asian cities that are packed worse than New York, I'd rather live in NY than there.


the rent is too damn high!!

AddiX
02-28-2011, 08:59 PM
Are there a ton of Knicks fans that live in South Florida?

Because during the game yesterday you would have thought the Knicks were the home team with how much people were cheering for them.

What's the deal with that?

Miami fans, Football and basketball are pretty much among the worst fans in American sports.

Prime time game Mia vs NY, empty seats all over, and you have Bron, Wade, and Bosh on your team.

If that don't fill seats, what will? Let's not forget were talking about a fan base that needed directions on how to be a better fan from the franchise.

Kashmir13579
02-28-2011, 09:10 PM
Maybe you guys can dust off Don Johnson and get him a weasel suit.

:laugh:

THE MTL
02-28-2011, 09:14 PM
I was shocked when Lebron James was being booed at the free throw line. And then the crowd yells, "New York Knicks".

There are a lot of NY Fans in Miami. There are also alot of NYC fans in Atlanta too.

knicks4life33
02-28-2011, 09:16 PM
new yorks fan base in florida stands over miamis fanbase

THE MTL
02-28-2011, 09:17 PM
Miami fans, Football and basketball are pretty much among the worst fans in American sports.

Prime time game Mia vs NY, empty seats all over, and you have Bron, Wade, and Bosh on your team.

If that don't fill seats, what will? Let's not forget were talking about a fan base that needed directions on how to be a better fan from the franchise.

wat are u talkin bout? the game was SOLD OUT!!!!!

I think ur just not use to the set up of the stadium. Those huge red gaps were actually walkways not empty seats.

But seriously, they announced that the game was sold out!

One thing about the Knicks fan base is that we are the most knowledgeable and respectful........dont mess that up.....

SANDBURG23
02-28-2011, 09:19 PM
Yep, and they are all very old. Like Morty Seinfeld.

godolphins
02-28-2011, 09:24 PM
There's a bunch of Knicks, Jets and Mets fan down here

rickshaw
02-28-2011, 09:25 PM
wat are u talkin bout? the game was SOLD OUT!!!!!

I think ur just not use to the set up of the stadium. Those huge red gaps were actually walkways not empty seats.

But seriously, they announced that the game was sold out!

One thing about the Knicks fan base is that we are the most knowledgeable and respectful........dont mess that up.....

lol?

Pornstar86
02-28-2011, 09:28 PM
I got a good impression of Miami from watching Dexter, I mean besides all the dead bodies and a new serial killer popping up in the city every other week.

most of dexter is actually shot in LA believe it or not, even though it takes place in miami

krazylegz
02-28-2011, 09:31 PM
are their alot of knicks fans in south beach...well...thats where most of the old jewish people from ny go to die....so yeah,iam guessing there are alot of knickerbocker fans

lvlheaded
02-28-2011, 09:42 PM
My dad always calls Miami heavens waiting place. Lots of people retire to Miami and Florida in general. Im sure it isnt just a whole bunch of Knick fans there.

AddiX
02-28-2011, 09:42 PM
wat are u talkin bout? the game was SOLD OUT!!!!!

I think ur just not use to the set up of the stadium. Those huge red gaps were actually walkways not empty seats.

But seriously, they announced that the game was sold out!

One thing about the Knicks fan base is that we are the most knowledgeable and respectful........dont mess that up.....

Everyone says there stadium is sold out. Doesn't mean ****.

That place was a joke, if that's what it looks and sounds like Sold out.

Maybe the franchise needs to release another memo about how to cheer properly. You go to a Dolphins game and it is flat out sad at how many empty seats there are. Jets fans outnumbers Mia fans at Mia games, truth.

faze38
02-28-2011, 09:45 PM
Have you ever been to South Beach? Much better then a basketball game :D

Are u kidding me these NBA stars can live any where so if they wanted to play in cleveland and live in Miami they can easily afford to do that. It's not like they spend much time at home during the season anyways. I mean half the season at home the other half all over the US. So what would be the diff. Look at Marcus Camby lives in Conn and plays for Portland. Lebron, Bosh and Wade could have done much of the same and last time I checked doesn't he still live in Akron!

faze38
02-28-2011, 09:52 PM
Also Knick fans are all over the world so as long as we have a good product we will get some cheers!

DwayneMVPwade
02-28-2011, 09:57 PM
I'm told that the citizens of Miami prefer the beach to the stadium

this

Heater4life
02-28-2011, 10:04 PM
When i was in high school i had 5 friends that moved down from New York in over 2 years. Large number of New Yorkers coming down.

hotpotato1092
02-28-2011, 10:24 PM
I'm a Knicks fan living in Miami, I grew up in NYC but moved here for high school, but I'm leaving for college. I've found that generally there aren't too many Knicks fans, and Heat fans down here are SOOOOO obnoxious, not the real fans, but the bandwagon people who jumped on after The Decision. I actually have a test, to find out if someone's a real fan, I ask them who Tim Hardaway is. There are a decent amount of New York transplants, but most of them aren't hardcore Knicks fans, most of those people stay in New York.

gotoHcarolina52
02-28-2011, 10:38 PM
I'm a Knicks fan living in Miami, I grew up in NYC but moved here for high school, but I'm leaving for college. I've found that generally there aren't too many Knicks fans, and Heat fans down here are SOOOOO obnoxious, not the real fans, but the bandwagon people who jumped on after The Decision. I actually have a test, to find out if someone's a real fan, I ask them who Tim Hardaway is. There are a decent amount of New York transplants, but most of them aren't hardcore Knicks fans, most of those people stay in New York.

Oh man. I remember those years. Tim Hardaway, Zo, Thunder Dan Majerle, Keith Askins, Voshon Lenard, PJ Brown, Jamal Mashburn, etc. Good times.

marlinsfan24
02-28-2011, 10:41 PM
I'm a Knicks fan living in Miami, I grew up in NYC but moved here for high school, but I'm leaving for college. I've found that generally there aren't too many Knicks fans, and Heat fans down here are SOOOOO obnoxious, not the real fans, but the bandwagon people who jumped on after The Decision. I actually have a test, to find out if someone's a real fan, I ask them who Tim Hardaway is. There are a decent amount of New York transplants, but most of them aren't hardcore Knicks fans, most of those people stay in New York.

I lived in Atlanta a couple of months ago, I heard these two kids talking about the Heat and how they love them. I asked them, do you know who the first player the Heat ever drafted? They responded with Tim Hardaway, lol.

Cromedome
02-28-2011, 10:43 PM
It used to be like this during the 90's. Nice thread.

Problemchild
02-28-2011, 10:57 PM
Yeah right! And even if that were true, all the so called "overpowering" didn't help the Knicks much, did it?

LMAO JUST JUMPED ON TO SAY YOUR A LIAR. there's two teams in the nba that when the knicks play them alot of fans come out even when their bad ATLANTA & MIAMI get the hell outa here. just go to youtube & watch the games or highlights of the games. LYING A@$

Super.
02-28-2011, 11:33 PM
Theres a ton of red sox fans in Tampa :shrug:

The Final Boss
02-28-2011, 11:40 PM
I knew who made this stupid thread before I even had to look.

beasted86
02-28-2011, 11:56 PM
I'm told that the citizens of Miami prefer the beach to the stadium

Call me a poor fan, but, yes....

All day everyday.

AKAYaReal
03-01-2011, 12:05 AM
I lived in south Fla (Ft Lauderdale) from 93-98 and can tell you there were never a shortage of loyal Knicks fans.

The problem with the Heat franchise is that they played in a city that showed a whole lot more love to the Dolphins, Marlins, and Panthers. The Heat went much to watch in the pre Pat Riley, Mourning, Tim Hardaway era and even when they started to become a playoff team, most would be Heat fans were already on the Shaq & Penny train.

Between a surprisingly large Knick fanbase (like others have said, mainly New Yorkers running from the cold) and a winning Magic team with Shaq & Penny, and also lack of real city support, I would guess a good # of Heat fans didnt really get on the Heat train until the Magic died down (pre Howard winning era) and Wade followed by Shaq.

The city of Miami wasnt to good at supporting its home town team (compared to other cities) and as a result, a lack of die hard Heat fans.

I can say that a lot of my friends that werent really Heat fans and were mainly Magic fans back then all of a sudden became so called die hard Heat fans during the Wade era and wouldnt even look their way in the Mourning/Hardaway era.

Knick fans are everywhere!

papisupremo
03-01-2011, 12:32 AM
as a hardcore knicks fan that lived in miami for 8 years, i noticed that yes, there are many knicks fans there. but as it relates to last night game, where lebron was getting boo'd at the line (LMAO), it was indeed sold out i believe. because knicks fans will pay money to go see their team! ever see a heat home game with soooo many empty seats? i have. miami fans love the fins and the canes. thats it.

correction, they love dwade too. just not the team as much. cant hate anyone for wanting to go to miami, its almost paradise. god knows, i consider it like my adopted city. but there's not a large hometown population.

NYYCowboys
03-01-2011, 12:53 AM
A lot of people from NY have summer homes in south Florida. I've been to many games in Miami and Orlando.

king4day
03-01-2011, 01:14 AM
I thought Miami's fans did a really good job smothering the Knicks fans cheers for most of the game. Of course at the end it changed but all considering, Heat fans took on the challenge.

Now they just need to put their own fans' butts in the seats.

Fnom11
03-01-2011, 02:07 AM
During the winter time they're more ny'ers then people actually from Florida

Chest Rockwell
03-01-2011, 02:26 AM
Yes and I'm one of em :up:

Giaps
03-01-2011, 02:26 AM
We are nowhere and everywhere...

Big Zo
03-01-2011, 09:23 AM
LMAO JUST JUMPED ON TO SAY YOUR A LIAR. there's two teams in the nba that when the knicks play them alot of fans come out even when their bad ATLANTA & MIAMI get the hell outa here. just go to youtube & watch the games or highlights of the games. LYING A@$

Um, what? :eyebrow:

D-Leethal
03-01-2011, 11:34 AM
its a combination of Knick fans being everywhere, and nobody caring about the Heat in MIA

DaBUU
03-01-2011, 11:44 AM
Old New Yorkers move to Florida, Old Chicagoans move to Phoenix.

Byronicle
03-01-2011, 11:54 AM
probably because jersey shore recently corrupted their beaches

sep11ie
03-01-2011, 11:55 AM
Lots of people relocate from New York to Florida.

Yea, like Seinfield's parents.

sep11ie
03-01-2011, 11:57 AM
Once Melo got there you're gonna see more Knicks fans everywhere, though not nearly as bad as when the Golden Girls decided to get together in Miami.

benzni
03-01-2011, 12:07 PM
florida is one hopping place for traveling fans.

This reminds me of the thread yesterday that asked which teams have the worst home courts. I guess i add miami to the list

YankeeClipper5
03-01-2011, 12:18 PM
Oh man. I remember those years. Tim Hardaway, Zo, Thunder Dan Majerle, Keith Askins, Voshon Lenard, PJ Brown, Jamal Mashburn, etc. Good times.

I remember Dr. Jack Ramsay calling games lol " The Dagger in the Heart!!!!!!!!!"

My brother being a long time Heat fan always throws that line at me.

WadeCounty
03-01-2011, 12:29 PM
there are a lot of people from new york that live in miami. The worst part about it is they like to brag about how new york is so much better than miami in every aspect, that's when I ask them why did they leave it in the first place if it's so damn ****ing epic? A lot of the puerto ricans and dominicans that live here actually grew up in new york and try to act hard saying they are from n.y. with their little accent :facepalm:

blahblahyoutoo
03-01-2011, 01:18 PM
Cuz we bigger, stronger, faster, built-to-hurt

You're missing a verb in your post.
(can't call it a sentence without a verb)

BroadwayJoe
03-01-2011, 01:30 PM
this has been going on for decades

during the knicks-heat rivalry of the late-90s/early-2000s, knicks fans living in sofla (like myself) would come out in droves to the games and take over the arena with "let's go knicks!" and "GO NY GO NY GO!" chants throughout the game. the same goes for jets-phins games in miami and mets-marlins games, as well (although, for the latter, i feel the need to add the caveat that NO ONE in miami goes to marlins games).

the other factor in this is that miami fans are notoriously fair-weather and fickle... from empty seats during the WS to half a stadium missing for phins games at times during the season (namely, the end of the season when they're out of contention), sofla fans would rather be sipping cosmos on the beach in their neon pink speedos than support their sports franchises.

in short, miami fans are weak sauce and we have taken over their city.

BroadwayJoe
03-01-2011, 01:31 PM
there are a lot of people from new york that live in miami. The worst part about it is they like to brag about how new york is so much better than miami in every aspect, that's when I ask them why did they leave it in the first place if it's so damn ****ing epic? A lot of the puerto ricans and dominicans that live here actually grew up in new york and try to act hard saying they are from n.y. with their little accent :facepalm:

alexander the great knew greece/macedonia was the best place on earth at the time, but that didn't stop him from conquering other areas

nycsports2
03-01-2011, 01:50 PM
Are there a ton of Knicks fans that live in South Florida?

Because during the game yesterday you would have thought the Knicks were the home team with how much people were cheering for them.

What's the deal with that?

im not saying this too start a war but im from queens, ny been down here for 10 years and miami is a terrible sports town i love the scene the woman the beach the weather love the partying but for sports it just down right sucks for the most part i can count how many real fans ino on my hands and all of my friends are fl sports fans(or u could call them) the dolphins have the most real fans the heat fans are all bandwagon riders and the marlins fanbase is a joke i love when there good and all the fans come outa nowhere lol i remember they were 11-0 and the yanks were 6-6 i was gettin it bad down here but we got 27 so its all good now. i go to jets games ts 50-50 knicks its 50-50 and the marlins games no lie its 70-30 yanks sooooo theres the scoop on MIA from soeone whos from NYC and this is the truth!!!

RedRicanoBx
03-01-2011, 02:56 PM
there are a lot of people from new york that live in miami. The worst part about it is they like to brag about how new york is so much better than miami in every aspect, that's when I ask them why did they leave it in the first place if it's so damn ****ing epic? A lot of the puerto ricans and dominicans that live here actually grew up in new york and try to act hard saying they are from n.y. with their little accent :facepalm:

Ey Florida boy until u lived and survived in the streets of ny (me in the Bronx) stfu pu$$y -_- I lived in Miami for 5 months and it was just to get away I was f*cking all those girls over there just cause of where I was from lol the dudes over there r funny as hell lmao bums rocking tims with white tees hahaa lames bringing the race card don't mean shh I guess it's diff in Florida over here we are new yorkers no matter what color of our skin which makes us hard ;) don't respond cause u can't say u came to ny and lived my experience go iron ur 6x white T and stop su king ny lol