Honorable Mentions for cities that should receive a title soon:
Sacramento: The capital of the largest state in Union should get a title in the near future.
They only have one professional franchise, the maligned Kings.
The Kings haven't won a title in 58 seasons, and there closest call was in 2002 when they lost to the Lakers in Game Seven of the Western Conference Finals in very controversial fashion.
Vancouver: The site of the 2010 Winter Olympics are home to the Canucks, who have yet to hoist the Stanley Cup in their 39 years of existence.
They took Mark Messier and the Rangers to the edge in 1993, but came up short. There recent playoff runs have also ended in lackluster fashion after great regular season runs.
Toronto: The successes of the Argonauts withstanding from the picture it seems this city should get a championship.
The Blue Jays have sputtered since the back to back titles in the mid 90s, and the Raptors have been irrelevant come playoff time in their history.
The city's "team," the Maple Leafs, have not won the Cup in 43 years. At least the Cup is in the city at the Hall of Fame all year til June.
Detroit: Hockeytown can bask in the dominance of the Wings and the efforts of the hard-working Pistons, but they still have the Lions.
The Lions need to end the drought and reach a Super Bowl.
The Tigers also are starting to gather years on their last title and a recent World Series appearance is not enough.
Chicago: Chicago only got on title in the past decade from all its sports franchises.
But from some perspectives it was won by the team that has the smallest fan base (White Sox).
The Blackhawks are on a run that may or may not end in a title win, but they currently hold the longest drought in the league.
Also, the Bears shuffling days are getting a little dusty, and MJ's brillance is being to look like yesteryear.
Oh and the Cubs...