NBA Playoffs 2012 Food Fight: Final Round

Which NBA team’s hometown treats are tops?

Philippe's French dip sandwich is world famous.

With only two teams remaining in the NBA Playoffs — Miami and Oklahoma — the NBA Food Fight is also down to two contenders. The Daily Meal has tallied the results of the third round of the NBA Food Fight. The Philadelphia 76ers’ cheesesteak and hoagies and Oklahoma City Thunder’s chicken-fried steak and onion burger have come out on top.

While the results of round one of the NBA Food Fight mimicked those of the NBA Playoffs, round two and round three of the NBA Food Fight were not as predictable.

While the Miami Heat advanced to the NBA Finals, Miami was eliminated in round two of the NBA Playoffs 2012 Food Fight. The Indiana Pacers’ pork tenderloin sandwich toasted Miami’s Del Monte fruits and vegetables with 96 percent of the votes cast in favor of the crispy, juicy pork sandwich.
In the three-way culinary contest in round three, the Philly cheesesteak and hoagies and Oklahoma’s chicken-fried steak and onion burger pounded the Indiana Pacers’ pork tenderloin sandwich, eliminating the juicy sandwich from the competition.

Vote in the final round of the NBA Playoffs 2012 Food Fight

Who city’s culinary duo will win the final round: cheesesteaks and hoagies or the chicken-fried steak and onion burger? Only one team can win the NBA Playoff 2012 Food Fight, so vote for your hometown favorite.

NBA Playoffs 2012 Food Fight

NBA Team Hometown Food
Philadelphia 76ers Cheesesteak and Hoagies
Oklahoma City Thunder Chicken-Fried Steak and Onion Burger

Curious about the origins of each NBA team’s hometown treats? See where your favorite team’s treats originated. Click here for the NBA Playoffs 2012 Food Fight Slideshow.

Not sure which hometown treats to cheer for? Learn about hoagies, cheesesteaks, the pork tenderloin sandwich, chicken-fried steak, and onion burgers by consulting the NBA Playoffs 2012 Food Fight.