This week on Bull Market Fantasy, we put the stock of Madison Square Garden--where you go to watch the New York Knicks or the New York Rangers play--up against the legend himself, New England Patriots Quarterback Tom Brady.
Bull Market Fantasy co-hosts Bill Enright and Jim Cramer tackled the two on this week's live episode of Bull Market Fantasy.
Madison Square Garden recently posted earnings that saw a wider-than-expected loss and a surprise decline in revenue.
The stock--which trades around $276--is down around 3% in the past three months, but it's up around 3% year-to-date.
Madison Square Garden announced in October that it's board plans to split the entertainment and sports divisions.
This means that Madison Square Garden itself, and the Hulu Theater, as well as Radio City Music Hall, would be divided from the Knicks and the Rangers.
So let's take a look at how this stock compares to Tom Brady.
Brady is considered one of the best quarterbacks of all time. And has won the Superbowl with the Patriots six times.
At the end of the day, are these two even comparable?
Enright and Cramer -- who both quickly responded that they'd take Brady over Madison Square Garden -- didn't seem to think so.
But, what about you? Do you have faith in the company behind two classic New York Sports teams, or will you go with the man, the myth, the legend himself -- Tom Brady?