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NEW YORK (AP) -- Real Madrid tops Forbes' list of 50 most valuable sports teams, with Manchester United and Barcelona holding the next two spots.
 
   Forbes says Real Madrid is worth $3.3 billion. The Spanish power moved up a spot from No. 2 last year.
 
   Man United, which was No. 1 last year, is worth $3.17 million. Barcelona, Real Madrid's fierce rival and Spanish League champions last season, is worth $2.6 billion.
 
   The New York Yankees are fourth with a value of $2.3 billion and the Dallas Cowboys are fifth at $2.1 billion.
 
   Thirty of the 32 NFL teams made the list (http://onforb.es/15HuUAm ) , along with seven baseball teams and seven soccer teams.

   Two Chicago teams have made the Forbes' list. The Bears ranked 16th on the list at $1.19 billion and the Cubs are tied for 31st at $1 billion.

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