There were 21 metro areas in the USA that have 3 or more major league sports teams.
Anaheim-LA, the NYC area, the "Bay Area", and the DC-Baltimore area.
Also, Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas
Denver, Detroit, Houston, Kansas City, Miami, Minneapolis
Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Seattle, St. Louis, Tampa.
Well, now that the Rams moved, St Louis no longer has 3 major league sports teams...
Now there's 20 metro areas.
Points: So, for each city in this list
for each sports club in the metro area
for each of the last five metro seasons
award points based on finish
10 for a league title
6 for runner up
3 for making conference finals
1 for making final 8.
Then, for each city, find out which club has the highest score, and declare them "King of the City."
AND...I'm making a rule that a team must have at least 3 points (either a final four appearance, or three final eight appearances).
The four best "Kings of the City"
Boston's Patriots 29 - stealing from the Bruins
Bay Area's Warriors 27 - stealing from the two-time champion Giants
Pittsburgh's Penguins 24 - stealing from the Steelers
Chicago Blackhawks 23 - two titles in last five years puts them ahead of the Cubs
The next six best teams
LA Galaxy 22
Cleveland with Lebron James, 22 points
Seattle Seahawks 19 - stealing by a point from MLS Champion Seattle Sounders
Denver Broncos 18 (steal)
Miami with Lebron James, 17 points (LBJ there for 16)
KC Royals 16 (steal)
The rest of the kings of the city
NY Rangers 11 (steal)
Baltimore Ravens 11
Detroit Tigers 10 (steal)
Atlanta Falcons 9
Houston Dynamo 9
Tampa Lightning 9 (steal)
FC Dallas 5 (steal)
Arizona Cardinals 3
Minnesota didn't have a team that reached three points
Philadelphia didn't have a team that reached even one point.
Of the 18 teams, six of them are NFL teams, four of them are NHL teams, three of them are MLS teams, two of them are MLB teams, one of them is an NBA team, and the other two are Lebron James.