Why cricket (game) is not famous in USA?
That is the way with sport in the USA, not Rugby but American Football, not Netball but Basketball, not Hockey but Ice Hockey, not Rounders but Baseball, etc.
Because baseball was far more popular. Cricket was widely played at American universities in the northeast in the latter half of the 19th century, and brothers George and Harry Wright, both members of the 1869 Cincinnati Redlegs, the first professional baseball team, were cricketers first and highly regarded ones at that. Baseball just caught on as an American sport and cricket never did.
They like Baseball
I would rather watch paint dry.
Because they do not know about this game
makes a lot of time
it's a matter of liking
Because they have alternative Baseball and beautiful cheerleaders for enjoyment.
In USA Baseball is far more popular from beginning and cricket also seems a bit similar to baseball so it didn't interest the American audience. Same goes with Soccer and American Football, Tradition Wrestling with MMA
Baseball has had over 170 years of history behind it, ever since Alexander Cartwright invented it in 1846. There is no way any other sport can catch up, and football is in decline.
Because they like cricket (insect)
Americans have no patience, the least in sports.
They prefer baseball.
Americans prefer baseball.
Because cricket was a British sport, there was a patriotic instinct to boycott it. That's why cricket is not famous in USA.
Don't Get Hurt Your Self , I m In California and I Know Time To Time ( In Every Year) Some Retired Cricketers Come And Teach Who Like's To Play ( So Many Americans Don't Understand About Rules Of Cricket Sport.
Because they like other crap!
This is because the USA people love to watch the short length of games like baseball, basketball and football.