Los Angeles football is a no-brainer. But let me guess the next chance for the others.
Atlanta: hockey won't be here (back again) soon along with the melt of Houston. I wish the Southlakes Predators would be their tag-team share.
Austin: it'll likely be MLS but damn if the NHL doesn't see the wisdom in this hip town over a large hot Houston one.
Baltimore: the ambiance of that town spells NBA. But I would lean for a MLS rivalry first. Rocket di Baltimore.
Buffalo: Two is good for you. But I love that big time baseball ready stadium.
Cincinnati: hockey or MLS. NHL or MLS??? Or NBA? There's a majorly renovated coliseum. I'm a hometown kid. I don't know! Going to say MLS or hockey. MLS or hockey.
Columbus: Damn. OHIO
Would the town of Toledo vie for MLS before Detroit would land it? "Ohio Divided" sound like a cool name? I've blogged about it.
Indianapolis: MLS. Why can't the Ohio hockeyless cities along with those in Indiana and Wisconsin have a Great Lakes NHL tag team?
Las Vegas: along with Quebec City, it seems like a sure bet for NHL play. Soccer is next.
Louisville: I believe the NBA will eagerly honor this void for the next two team expansion.
Nashville: tough one. Say baseball. But before Charlotte. With my model as demonstrated in previous post, yes. How awesome would FC Appalachian Bootleggers be?
Pittsburgh and St. Louis: Ummmm, Major League Soccer
Portland: I would go with the NFL soon, but Los Angeles is looking more like an expansion, so I'm actually seeing them for hockey, probably before baseball.
Salt Lake City: their best chance seems like a hockey ambiance.
Seattle: NHL, though it seems they'd be the sure-bet balance to a Louisville NBA expansion in the east.
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