• Philadelphia Warriors

    The Philadelphia Warriors was first established in 1946 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where the franchise won the championship in the inaugural season of the Basketball Association of America (BAA).
  • Minnesota Twins

    The name "Twins" was derived from the popular name of the region, the Twin Cities. The NBA's Minneapolis Lakers had re-located to Los Angeles in 1960 due to poor attendance which was believed to have been caused in part by the reluctance of fans in St. Paul to support the team.
  • Edmonton Oilers

    The Oilers were founded on November 1, 1971, with the team playing its first season in 1972, as one of twelve founding franchises of the major professional World Hockey Association (WHA).
  • New York Jets

    Weeb Ewbank and quarterback Joe Namath led the Jets to prominence in 1969 when New York defeated the heavily-favored Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl III and solidified the AFL's position in the world of professional football.
  • New York Mets

    In 1986, the Mets rallied and would come back in typical Amazin' Mets fashion, as the game became one of the most famous games in baseball history as the Curse of the Bambino appeared to be alive and well. In fact, it was in this series that talk of this curse began.
  • Pittsburgh Penguins

    Penguins winners of the Stanley Cup three times in their history in 1991, 1992, and 2009.
  • Chicago Bulls

    The Chicago Bulls is the third NBA franchise in Chicago, after the Packers/Zephyrs (now the Washington Wizards) and the Stags (1946 - 1950).
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