Build another 50 miles up the highway in Dayton and the Cavaliers have balanced competition on the other side of the state. It wouldn't be a bad idea having the Ohio Flights in Columbus and Cinci, or C-bus and Dayton for that matter. Dayton-Toledo isn't a terrible idea at all.
I'm for a compromise to house the team in Butler County in between Cinci and Dayton in the heart of the CinDay Corridor.
Sound like a good idea? Too close to a Louisville expansion? I'm for two-town teams. Two teams are in the big sports for Ohio but not hockey and b-ball. I've talked about ways for that including a Great Lakes brand for a NHL franchise. That drumbeat of multi-located home-camps is throughout my blog.
And to wrap this post up with full disclosure: I find it only fair for Louisville's pro brand of basketball is more deserved, with my heart and my business mind regarding market saturation.
The Anaheim Mighty Ducks of Cincinnati. A travel-tag-team
Ohio United. Or call it an Ohio Divided Team. Cincinnati-Dayton Metroplex
Columbus Crew C-Bus Cincinnati - A new Major League Soccer arrangement. MLS Expansion in general
Yankees Hockey: The Great Lakes/North Coast Hockey Team. A New NHL Franchise and Concept
New NBA Team for Pittsburgh, Cincinnati and Louisville. Tri-State
An NBA Team for Pittsburgh, Cincinnati and Kansas City? The Arenas will be Ready
ECHL or AHL Should at least have a Team for Seattle/Portland. Dayton/and somewhere someday