Ready for the Big Dance?

March Madness tournament games start Tuesday, March 19. 

If you're a college basketball fan, you know that it can be gut-wrenching to find out whether your home team made the tournament or not. And unsurprisingly, it's a little less gut-wrenching for fans of certain schools. 

WalletHub conducted a study to determine the best cities for college basketball fans, based on metrics like number of teams per city, winning percentage of the teams in the city, stadium capacity and how much the fans engage with college basketball on social media.

These are the top cities for college basketball fans:

Lawrence, Kan. Durham, N.C. Los Angeles, Calif. East Lansing, Mich. Chapel Hill, N.C. Storrs, Conn. Philadelphia Lexington, Ky. Fayette, Miss. Loretto, Penn.

Many of the top 10 align with some of the powerhouse college hoops programs in the country: The University of Kansas, Duke University and more. Villanova University, located in a suburb of Philadelphia, has the highest winning percentage among college basketball teams with a 88.8 percent rate of wins.

The worst cities? New Britain, Conn.; Pocatello, Idaho; Daytona Beach, Fla.; Montgomery, Ala. and Hackensack, N.J.

According to WalletHub's study, corporations across the country are slotted to lost $4 billion due to unproductive workers during the tournament, with the average worker spending six hours watching the games. The odds of filling out a perfect NCAA tournament bracket? One in 9.2 quintillion. That means your odds of winning back-to-back lotteries are better than your odds of filling out a perfect bracket. However, last year more than 24 million people took part in NCAA tournament bracket pools.