No. 25 Best City to Be a Sports Fan: New Orleans

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No. 25 Best City to Be a Sports Fan: New Orleans
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How much does where you live matter as a sports fan? The short answer: It depends.

If you're an Alabama football fan, there's no better place to live than Tuscaloosa. If you're a Red Sox fan, there's no worse place to live than New York City. 

But what if you were a free agent, so to speak? What if you loved sports but didn't have a specific affiliation to any team? You're moving to a new city—which metropolis would have the most to offer you as a sports fan? Which would give you the best overall experience?

That is what we're here to find out. We took 25 of the best writers from Bleacher Report and beyond to objectively look at their cities and come up with a ranking. To get a better understanding of the categories and grading criteria, click here.

New Orleans comes in at No. 25. 

Marquee events like the Super Bowl and Sugar Bowl have made the Big Easy a sports-destination city for decades. It’s also all about the fanatical “Who Dat” love of the Saints. The rest of the local sports picture is a bit lacking, though.

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