Thursday, October 15, 2015

Ohio Flights NBA Expansion Team. House it in Cincinnati AND Dayton

It would be the best two coliseum team in the NBA.  One of the arenas already exists and it will be NBA/NHL caliber when renovated, and its renovation is set.

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.

What do you think?
See samples:
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 

See your place in the Index Key

See much more expansion, co-location and relocation talk for 
footballs, baseball, basketball, and hockey on my blog 


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