Green Bay is basically Milwaukee, but if,....it's hockey.
San Antonio: MLS
Jacksonville: This is tough. Not in my lifetime.
OKC: NFL (See: Oklahoma Oilers in the NFL )
Sacramento. Soccer. Yay.
I hope I wouldn't be able to post this question to San Diego because of some LA Chargers schtuff'.
New Jersey. Being a state full of suburbs, you'll never hear them referred to as the Meadowlands Jets or Poughkeepsie Devils. Their Nets moved to a more urban renowned Brooklyn, which now houses a lesser urban brand, being ice skating lacrosse. It's akin to Long Island like Great Britain and the countryside of everything else being the colonies of New York
Did I miss anybody?
Charlotte used to only be the Hornets. Add a decade after that acquisition and then another half decade after that and respectively they got football and hockey. Greater suburbanites numbering in the millions of course helped a greater Carolina case.
How will the story play out for the likes of Las Vegas and Louisville to get their first. My vote would be hardwood Kentucky before a sheet of ice is fabricated in the desert. I'm of the opinion that if it's going to be hot, put that new hockey near Houston but really in Austin.
( Austin, Texas. MLB, NBA, NFL, NHL or MLS Next ????? Answer: #NHLExpansion)
That's my story.
East Coast Whalers of Norfolk and Hartford. A Two-Place Team in the NHL
Kentucky Downs. The NFL in Louisville
Cities with the Big 5 ...and the Next Ones
Detroit Arsenal Major League Soccer Expansion Team
Florida Marlins or Florida Rays. A Stronger Florida Brand with Less Baseball