Does New York have some of the greatest fans in the world, or is this a city of fair weather bandwagon-riding chumps? From my experience, I'd have to say a little bit of both. (Hey, we're the city that has everything after all, right?) For a town that often crows about what tough, loyal fans we have, it's amazing how many native New Yorkers are quick to dump on the local teams in favor of, well, whatever team is currently winning. So weather it was the Bulls and then the Lakers or the Red Sox, there is always a visible portion of the New York population that gravitates to the National team of the moment. However, there are true-blue die-hards here just like there are in Philly and Boston and wherever else you want to mention. (There are Yankee fans who actually rooted for the team prior to 1995--many of whom frequent this blog--and will continue pulling for them when the team isn't winning division titles year after year.) Witness this article today in The New York Times about the Knick fans that have stuck it out through one of the organization's most dreadful seasons to date. These cats pay top dollar for their season tickets, but it will take more than losing and general mishegoss to keep them away.