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.
Albuquerque/Santa Fe: alignment with a team in El Paso for a regionally represented team? NBA'll give you a glance.
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.
Detroit Arsenal sound like something to you?
Hartford: share an NHL team with Virginia Beach
Indianapolis: MLS. Why can't the Ohio hockeyless cities along with those in Indiana and Wisconsin have a Great Lakes NHL tag team?
Kansas City: NBA or NHL? NHL or NBA? I'm guessing NBA before St. Louis. But wouldn't a Showme State Express be a good share wrapping the state? NBA, because I could see hockey in Austin first for a Texas deemed team.
Las Vegas: along with Quebec City, it seems like a sure bet for NHL play. Soccer is next. Everybody will be there before end century. Probably the same thing will be said of Portland.
Little Rock: one of the footballs, not sure whether major or national.
Louisville: I believe the NBA will eagerly honor this void for the next two team expansion.
Memphis: I don't see it. But wouldn't it be awesome for a Tennessee Major League Baseball squad that plays 40 home games here.
New Jersey: a baseball team a long time from now
New Orleans: baseball a long time from now
Oklahoma City: NFL
Places like Ottawa: an all-camped Canadian franchise in any big sports league. After all, television dollars and regional sports networks is where the money is. Imagine the population of Canada to count on.
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. Love you long time.
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.
Toronto: hockey two. Is calling the team "Ontario" too out of bounds? Is suburbia chopped liver?
Tucson: Arizona's brand of not-so saturated Major League Soccer
Wichita/Topeka: sandwiched in between Denver and Missouri teams. My travel-tag-team suits you in a regional Midland alliance with the likes of Little Rock and OKC.
Virginia Beach/Hampton Roads: share an NHL team with Hartford. Might get an NBA team.