Marcos Flamengo

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  1. 21 minutes ago, nelroy78 said:

    If only the Raptors played there full time. Not that divisions are relevant in the NBA, but it would allow them to swap with the Wizards, who really belong in the Atlantic anyway. WHOA...this might actually happen temporarily.

    It will be interesting to see how the Raptors will perform this next NBA season and adapt to Tampa Bay.


    P.S.: What do you think about my MLB and NBA realignment proposals?.

  2. My National Basketball Association realignment proposal allong with new televission partners, relocated teams and expansion teams




    Atlantic Division


    Boston Celtics

    Brooklyn Nets

    Montreal Jazz (relocated from Utah)

    New York Knicks

    Philadelphia 76ers

    Toronto Raptors


    Central Division


    Chicago Bulls

    Cleveland Cavaliers

    Detroit Pistons

    Indiana Pacers

    Milwaukee Bucks

    St. Louis Lions (expansion team)


    Southeast Division


    Atlanta Hawks

    Charlotte Hornets

    Kentucky Colonels (expansion team)

    Miami Heat

    Orlando Magic

    Washington Wizards




    Northwest Division


    Denver Nuggets

    Minnesota Timberwolves

    Portand Trail Blazers

    Seattle SuperSonics (expansion team)

    Utah Range (expansion team based in Salt Lake City, Utah after the former Utah Jazz relocated to Montreal and subsequently joining the Eastern Conference)

    Vancouver Mounties (expansion team)


    Pacific Division


    Golden State Warriors

    Las Vegas Dealers (expansion team)

    Los Angeles Lakers

    Phoenix Suns

    Sacramento Kings

    San Diego Clippers (relocated from Los Angeles after the team's owners gets a new proper NBA arena for the team in San Diego)


    Southwest Division


    Dallas Mavericks

    Houston Rockets

    Memphis Grizzlies

    New Orleans Pelicans

    Oklahoma City Thunder (moved from the Northwest Division)

    San Antonio Spurs




    NBA TV Canada: All other games (except live coverage of the NBA Finals)

    Sportsnet and TSN (shared rights): Montreal Jazz, Toronto Raptors, Vancouver Mounties plus NBA Playoffs and live coverage of the NBA Finals.




    Regular Season


    Monday Night Doubleheaders: FS1

    Tuesday Night Doubleheaders: TNT

    Wednesday Night Doubleheaders: ESPN

    Thursday Night Doubleheaders: TNT

    Friday Night Doubleheaders: ESPN

    NBA Saturday Primetime: FOX

    NBA Sunday Showcase: ABC




    First Round: TNT, NBA TV, ESPN, FS1, ABC, FOX

    Second Round: ESPN, TNT, ABC, FOX, FS1

    NBA Conference Finals: ESPN, FS1

    NBA Finals: ABC




    Altitude Sports: Denver Nuggets

    AT&T SportsNet: Houston Rockets, Las Vegas Dealers, Utah Range

    Fox Sports Networks (including YES Network): Atlanta Hawks, Brooklyn Nets, Charlotte Hornets, Cleveland Cavaliers, Dallas Mavericks, Indiana Pacers, Kentucky Colonels, Memphis Grizzlies, Milwaukee Bucks, Minnesota Timberwolves, New Orleans Pelicans, Oklahoma City Thunder, Orlando Magic, Phoenix Suns, St. Louis Lions, San Antonio Spurs, San Diego Clippers

    MSG: New York Knicks

    NBC Sports Regional Networks: Boston Celtics, Chicago Bulls, Golden State Warriors, Philladelphia 76ers, Portland Traill Blazers, Saccramento Kings,

    Root Sports: Seattle SuperSonics

    Spectrum Sports: Los Angeles Lakers

  3. Here is my 54-team Major League Baseball Realignment Project, with the inclusion of the Federal League and the Expansion teams who appears in italic.


    American League


    AL East


    Baltimore Orioles
    Boston Red Sox
    New York Yankees
    Pittsburgh Pirates (moved from NL Central)

    Tampa Bay Rays
    Toronto Blue Jays


    AL Central


    Chicago White Sox
    Cleveland Spiders (formerly Indians)
    Detroit Tigers
    Indianapolis Arrows
    Kansas City Royals
    Minnesota Twins


    AL West


    Arizona Diamondbacks
    Anaheim Angels
    Oakland Athletics
    Portland Beavers
    Seattle Mariners
    Texas Rangers


    Federal League


    FL East


    Brooklyn Canaries

    Carolina Pilots

    Hartford Herons

    Montreal Expos

    Orlando Tropics

    Virginia Colonials


    FL Central


    Columbus Clippers

    Des Moines Bruins

    Green Bay Browns

    Louisville Mashers

    Memphis River Boats

    New Orleans Baby Cakes


    FL West


    Albuquerque Isotopes

    Las Vegas 51s

    Omaha Express

    Sacramento Solons

    Salt Lake Bees

    San Antonio Alamos


    National League


    NL East


    Atlanta Braves
    Miami Marlins
    New York Mets

    Ottawa Lynx

    Philadelphia Phillies
    Washington Nationals


    NL Central


    Chicago Cubs
    Cincinnati Reds
    Milwaukee Brewers
    Nashville Sounds
    Oklahoma City Bison

    St. Louis Cardinals


    NL West


    Colorado Rockies
    Houston Astros
    Los Angeles Dodgers
    San Diego Padres
    San Francisco Giants
    Vancouver Canadians


    Canadian Television Rights


    All Three Leagues: RDS, Sportsnet, TSN, TVA Sports

    Montreal Expos: Sportsnet, TVA Sports

    Ottawa Lynx: TSN, RDS

    Toronto Blue Jays: Sportsnet, TVA Sports

    Vancouver Canadians: TSN1


    U.S. English National Television Rights


    American and National League: NBC, NBCSN and USA

    National and Federal League: Fox, FS1 and FS2

    American and Federal League: CBS, CBS Sports Network and Showtime

    All Three Leagues: ABC and ESPN, beIN Sports, WarnerMedia News & Sports (TBS, TNT and TruTV), WGN America


    U.S. Spanish National Television Rights


    American and National League: Telemundo and Universo

    National and Federal League: Fox Deportes

    American and Federal League: Univision, UniMás and TUDN

    All Three Leagues: beIN Sports en Español, CNN en Español (carrying the Spanish language audio broadcasts though the video remains the regular English language presentation on either TBS, TNT and TruTV), ESPN Deportes




    32 teams make the Postseason, with the Top 3 in each division.

    Seeds are determined by records regardless of the division and the league.

    Playoff system goes as #1 vs. #16, #3 vs. #30, #5 vs. #28, #7 vs. #26, #9 vs. #24, #11 vs. #22, #13 vs. #20 and #15 vs. #18 on one side of the Postseason bracket and #2 vs. #31, #4 vs. #29, #6 vs. #27, #8 vs. #25, #10 vs. #23, #12 vs. #21, #14 vs. #19 and #16 vs. #17 on the other side. The First and Second Rounds are a best of one, the Third Round is a best of three, the Semifinals are a best of five, and the World Series are a best of seven.

    The World Series, which is a best of seven, will give the winners and the runners-up a received share of $24 million dollars which will brings $259k to each player account. The players will receive bonuses. The World Series winners and runners-up, as well as the Federal League champions will receive each one an amount of $25.8 million dollars distributed equally, and a local charity of the team's choices also gets donated a $2 million dollars.

  4. My proposal for an Indoor Football League realignment, with former American Football teams as well as teams from other indoor football leagues joining the league as IFL expansion teams




    Albany Empire (Albany, New York)

    Atlantic City Blackjacks (Atlantic City, New Jersey)

    Baltimore Brigade (Baltimore, Maryland)

    Carolina Cobras (Greensboro, North Carolina)

    Cedar Rapids River Kings (Cedar Rapids, Iowa)

    Columbus IFL team (Columbus, Ohio)

    Dallas Desperados (Dallas, Texas)

    Frisco Fighters (Frisco, Texas)

    Georgia Lions (Columbus, Georgia)

    Green Bay Blizzard (Green Bay, Wisconsin)

    Indianapolis Enforcers (Indianapolis, Indiana)

    Iowa Barnstormers (Des Moines, Iowa)

    Jacksonville Sharks (Jacksonville, Florida)

    Orlando Predators (Orlando, Florida)

    Philadelphia Soul (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

    Pittsburgh Power (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)

    Quad City Steamwheelers (Moline, Illinois)

    Washington Valor (Washington, D.C.)

    West Virginia Roughriders (Wheeling, West Virginia)

    Worcester Pirates (Worcester, Massachusetts)




    Arizona Rattlers (Glendale, Arizona)

    Bismarck Bucks (Bismarck, North Dakota)

    Colorado Crush (Denver, Colorado)

    Duke City Gladiators (Albuquerque, New Mexico)

    Fresno Coyotes (Fresno, California)

    Idaho Horsemen (Nampa, Idaho)

    Las Vegas Outlaws (Las Vegas, Nevada)

    Los Angeles Kiss (Los Angeles, California)

    Oakland Panthers (Oakland, California)

    Portland Steel (Portland, Oregon)

    Reno Express (Reno, Nevada)

    San Angelo Bandits (San Angelo, Texas)

    San Antonio Talons (San Antonio, Texas)

    San Diego Strike Force (San Diego, California)

    San Jose SaberCats (San Jose, California)

    Seattle Raptors (Seattle, Washington)

    Sioux Falls Storm (Sioux Falls, South Dakota)

    Spokane Shock (Spokane, Washington)

    Stockton Lightning (Stockton, California)

    Tucson Sugar Skulls (Tucson, Arizona)

  5. I think Root Sports Northwest would be acquired by Diamond Sports Group (Sinclair/Entertainment Studios), while NBC Sports Regional Networks (NBCUniversal) would acquire AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh, AT&T SportsNet Southwest and AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain, IMO. Do you agree or disagree?.

  6. My proposal for a 36-team Major League Baseball, with 6 expansion teams




    East Division

    Baltimore Orioles

    Boston Red Sox

    Carolina Pilots (expansion)

    New York Yankees

    Tampa Bay Rays

    Toronto Blue Jays


    Central Division

    Chicago White Sox

    Cleveland Indians

    Detroit Tigers

    Indianapolis Drive (expansion)

    Kansas City Royals

    Minnesota Twins


    West Division

    Houston Astros

    Las Vegas Chaparrals (expansion)

    Los Angeles Angels

    Oakland Athletics

    Seattle Mariners

    Texas Rangers




    East Division

    Atlanta Braves

    Miami Marlins

    Montreal Expos (expansion)

    New York Mets

    Philadelphia Phillies

    Washington Nationals


    Central Division

    Chicago Cubs

    Cincinnati Reds

    Milwaukee Brewers

    Oklahoma City Bison (expansion)

    Pittsburgh Pirates

    St. Louis Cardinals


    West Division

    Arizona Diamondbacks

    Colorado Rockies

    Los Angeles Dodgers

    Portland Beavers (expansion)

    San Diego Padres

    San Francisco Giants

  7. My proposal for the Brazilian Football League system.






    Associação Amigos do Marreco Futsal (Francisco Beltrão, Paraná)

    Associação Atlética Portuguesa da Ilha (Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro)

    Associação Campo Mourão Futsal (Campo Mourão, Paraná)

    Associação Carlos Barbosa de Futsal (Carlos Barbosa, Rio Grande do Sul)

    Associação de Futsal de Umuarama (Umuarama, Paraná)

    Associação Desportiva Classista Intelli/Dracena Futsal (Dracena, São Paulo)

    Associação Desportiva Jaraguá (Jaraguá, São Paulo)

    Associação Esportiva de Venâncio Aires (Venâncio Aires, Rio Grande do Sul)

    Associação Joaçaba Esporte e Cultura (Joaçaba, Santa Catarina)

    Blumenau Futsal (Blumenau, Santa Catarina)

    Brasília Futsal (Brasília, Federal District)

    Cascavel Futsal Clube (Cascavel, Paraná)

    Club Athletico Paulistano (São Paulo, São Paulo)

    Foz Cataratas Futsal (Foz do Iguaçu, Paraná)

    Joinville Esporte Clube/Krona Futsal (Joinville, Santa Catarina)

    Minas Tênis Clube (Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais)

    Pato Futsal (Pato Branco, Paraná)

    Praia Clube (Uberlândia, Minas Gerais)

    Pulo do Gato Clube (Campinas, São Paulo)

    São José Futsal (São José dos Campos, São Paulo)

    Sorocaba Futsal (Sorocaba, São Paulo)

    Sport Club Corinthians Paulista (São Paulo, São Paulo)

    Sumov Atlético Clube (Fortaleza, Ceará)

    Tubarão Futsal (Tubarão, Santa Catarina)




    Associação Chapecoense de Futsal (Chapecó, Santa Catarina)

    Associação Portuguesa de Desportos (São Paulo, São Paulo)

    Bonsucesso Futebol Clube (Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro)

    Botafogo de Futebol e Regatas (Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro)

    Campinense Clube (Campina Grande, Paraíba)

    Canto do Rio Foot-Ball Club (Niterói, Rio de Janeiro)

    Ceará Sporting Club (Fortaleza, Ceará)

    Club de Regatas Vasco da Gama (Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro)

    Clube Atlético Juventus (São Paulo, São Paulo)

    Clube de Regatas Brasil (Maceió, Alagoas)

    Clube de Regatas do Flamengo (Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro)

    Clube do Remo (Belém, Pará)

    Esporte Clube Bahia (Salvador, Bahia)

    Figueirense Futebol Clube (Florianópolis, Santa Catarina)

    Grêmio Foot-Ball Porto Alegrense (Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul)

    Paraná Clube (Curitiba, Paraná)

    Rio Branco Atlético Clube (Vitória, Espírito Santo)

    Sampaio Corrêa Futebol Clube (São Luís, Maranhão)

    Santos Futebol Clube (Santos, São Paulo)

    São Paulo Futebol Clube (São Paulo, São Paulo)

    Sociedade Esportiva Palmeiras (São Paulo, São Paulo)

    Sport Club Internacional (Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul)

    Vitória Futebol Clube (Salvador, Bahia)

  8. My 12-team Canadian Football League proposal with 3 expansion teams



    Atlantic Schooners (expansion)

    Hamilton Tiger-Cats

    Montreal Alouettes

    Ottawa RedBlacks

    Quebec Cavaliers (expansion)

    Toronto Argonauts



    BC Lions

    Calgary Stampeders

    Edmonton Eskimos

    Regina Roughriders*

    Saskatoon Stallions** (expansion)

    Winnipeg Blue Bombers


    *The Saskatchewan Roughriders would be renamed the Regina Roughriders

    **The Stallions, who played only two seasons in Baltimore during the CFL USA era, would have a second chance and bring the CFL to Saskatoon to rivalize with the Roughriders

  9. My alternate reality NBA expansion and reorganization proposal




    Atlantic Division

    Boston Celtics

    Brooklyn Nets

    New York Knicks

    Philadelphia 76ers

    Toronto Raptors

    Washington Wizards*

    *Added the Wizards from the Southeast Division


    Central Division

    Chicago Bulls

    Cleveland Cavaliers

    Detroit Pistons

    Indiana Pacers

    Milwaukee Bucks

    Minnesota TimberWolves*

    *Added the TimberWolves from the Northwest Division


    Southeast Division

    Atlanta Hawks

    Charlotte Hornets

    Memphis Grizzlies*

    Miami Heat

    New Orleans Pelicans*

    Orlando Magic

    *Added the Pelicans and the Grizzlies from the Southwest Division




    Northwest Division

    Denver Nuggets

    Portland Trail Blazers

    Sacramento Kings

    Seattle SuperSonics*

    Utah Jazz

    Vancouver Mounties**

    *The SuperSonics returns as an expansion team

    **The Mounties bring the NBA back to Vancouver


    Pacific Division

    Golden State Warriors

    Los Angeles Clippers

    Los Angeles Lakers

    Phoenix Suns

    San Diego Sails*

    Vegas Royales**

    *The Sails never completed a full season in the ABA but gets a second chance in the NBA

    **Vegas is getting the NHL and the NFL, so the NBA decides to come the Sin City too


    Southwest Division

    Dallas Mavericks

    Houston Rockets

    Kansas City Stealth*

    Oklahoma City Thunder**

    San Antonio Spurs

    *The Stealth adds the NBA to a city that loves basketball so much

    **The Thunder move over from the Northwest Division

    ***The Spirits finally joins the NBA and St. Louis basketball fans finally realizes their dream of watching the Spirits playing in the NBA

  10. 19 hours ago, simtek34 said:

    Looks pretty good! Like the expansion choices! If 40 were to happen, that would work out pretty well IMO.

    So glad you loved my 40-team NHL realignment proposal, @simtek34... And by the way, what did you think of my proposals for a 40-team Major League Soccer and the Russian Baseball Superleague?.

  11. 40-team alternate reality NHL realignment




    Atlantic Division

    Boston Bruins

    Buffalo Sabres

    Detroit Red Wings

    Florida Panthers

    Hamilton Tigers (expansion)

    Montreal Canadiens

    Ottawa Senators

    Quebec Nordiques (expansion)

    Tampa Bay Lightning

    Toronto Maple Leafs


    Metropolitan Division

    Atlanta Thrashers (expansion)

    Brooklyn Americans (expansion)

    Carolina Hurricanes

    Columbus Blue Jackets

    New Jersey Devils

    New York Islanders

    New York Rangers

    Philadelphia Flyers

    Pittsburgh Penguins

    Washington Capitals




    Central Division

    Arizona Coyotes

    Chicago Blackhawks

    Colorado Avalanche

    Dallas Stars

    Indianapolis Racers (expansion)

    Kansas City Scouts (expansion)

    Minnesota Wild

    Nashville Predators

    St. Louis Blues

    Winnipeg Jets


    Pacific Division

    Anaheim Ducks

    Calgary Flames

    Edmonton Oilers

    Golden State Seals (expansion)

    Los Angeles Kings

    Portland Tridents (expansion)

    San Jose Sharks

    Seattle Kraken (expansion)

    Vancouver Canucks

    Vegas Golden Knights

  12. This is my 40-team alternate reality Major League Soccer realignment proposal.



    AFC Cleveland (expansion)

    Atlanta United FC

    Chicago Fire FC

    Columbus Crew SC

    D.C. United

    Detroit Motor SC (expansion)

    FC Baltimore (expansion)

    FC Cincinnati

    FC Charlotte (expansion)

    Indy Eleven (expansion)

    Inter Miami CF

    Montreal Impact

    New England Revolution

    New York City FC

    New York Cosmos (expansion)

    New York Red Bulls

    Philadelphia Union

    Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC (expansion)

    Rochester Lancers (expansion)

    Tampa Bay Rowdies (expansion)



    Austin FC (expansion)

    Chivas San Diego (expansion)

    Colorado Rapids

    FC Dallas

    Houston Dynamo

    Las Vegas Lights FC (expansion)

    LA Galaxy

    Los Angeles FC

    Minnesota United FC

    Nashville SC

    Phoenix Rising FC (expansion)

    Portland Timbers

    Real Salt Lake

    Sacramento Republic FC (expansion)

    St. Louis Wanderers (expansion)

    San Diego FC (expansion)

    San Jose Earthquakes

    Seattle Sounders

    Sporting Kansas City

    Vancouver Whitecaps FC

  13. This is my proposal for a Russian Baseball Superleague, Russia's baseball league. The winners of the Eastern League Championship Series and the Western League Championship Series would compete in the Russian Super Series in 7 games to determine the champion of the season.



    BBC Admiral Vladivostok

    BBC Amur Khabarovsk

    BBC Avangard Omsk

    BBC Avtomobilist Yekaterinburg

    BBC Krylia Sovetov Samara

    BBC Metallurg Magnitogorsk

    BBC Rubin Kazan

    BBC Salavat Yulaev Ufa

    BBC Sibir Novosibirsk

    BBC Torpedo Khabarovsk

    BBC Traktor Chelyabinsk

    BBC Ural Yekaterinburg



    BBC Anzhi Nizhny Novgorod

    BBC Arsenal Sochi

    BBC Atlant Moscow Oblast

    BBC CSKA Moscow

    BBC Dynamo Moscow

    BBC Lada Togliatti

    BBC Lokomotiv Moscow

    BBC Shinnik Yaroslavl

    BBC SKA Saint Petersburg

    BBC Spartak Moscow

    BBC Vityaz Podolsk

    BBC Zenit Saint Petersburg

  14. On 11/21/2018 at 5:28 AM, dfwabel said:

    Since you asked me, I have think all of them are terrible since you've really never been to any of these US markets. You're just naming stations like NJTank did for his updates based on Wikipedia.


    Just slow your (very limited) role.

    I'm so sorry for my very limited and too much slow role in this topic, @dfwabel .

  15. 11 minutes ago, dfwabel said:

    The were smart enough to Citadel in 2006 and signed LMAs with Cumulus a few years ago. The same Cumulus which just got out of bankruptcy.


    There's little money in radio, they're going back in regardless of the you knowing the call letters.


    This is more pointless than any sports realignment concept.

    So what about my sports league realignments concepts, Mr @dfwabel?. I'm just referring to my NLL, NHL, MLB, MLL and MLS realignments!.

  16. 3 hours ago, dfwabel said:

    They are smart enough not to and won't.

    I was making a scenario of what would happen if Disney/ABC would return to the radio business and merge with Cumulus Media and reacquire stations of the former ABC Radio division, Mr. @dfwabel!. And I'm sure that they are smart enough not to create a new radio division and they won't do that, but Disney/ABC would likely want to acquire more of its TV network affiliates from different owners, prompting into a great expansion of the ABC Owned Television Stations division, that would go in this way, according to my scenario:


    Albany–Schenectady–Troy, New York: WTEN

    Albuquerque, New Mexico: KOAT-TV

    Ames–Des Moines, Iowa: WOI-DT

    Anchorage, Alaska: KYUR

    Atlanta, Georgia: WSB-TV

    Baltimore, Maryland: WMAR-TV

    Billings, Montana: KSVI

    Boston, Massachusetts: WCVB-TV

    Buffalo, New York: WKBW-TV

    Burlington, Vermont/Plattsburgh, New York: WVNY

    Charleston–Huntington–Parkersburg, West Virginia/Marietta, Ohio: WCHS-TV

    Charleston, South Carolina: WCIV

    Charlotte, North Carolina: WSOC-TV

    Chicago, Illinois: WLS-TV

    Cincinnati, Ohio: WCPO-TV

    Cleveland, Ohio: WEWS-TV

    Columbia, South Carolina: WOLO-TV

    Columbus, Ohio: WSYX

    Dallas, Texas: WFAA

    Dayton, Ohio: WKEF

    Denver, Colorado: KMGH-TV

    Detroit, Michigan: WXYZ-TV

    El Paso, Texas/Las Cruces, New Mexico/Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua: KVIA-TV

    Fargo, North Dakota: WDAY-TV

    Flint, Michigan: WJRT-TV

    Fresno, California: KFSN-TV

    Green Bay, Wisconsin: WBAY-TV

    Hampton–Norfolk–Virginia Beach, Virginia: WVEC

    Hartford–New Haven, Connecticut: WTNH-TV

    Honolulu, Hawaii: KITV

    Houston, Texas: KTRK

    Jackson, Mississippi: WAPT

    Kansas City, Missouri/Kansas City, Kansas: KMBC-TV

    Las Vegas, Nevada: KTNV

    Lincoln, Nebraska: KLKN

    Little Rock, Arkansas: KATV

    Louisville, Kentucky: WHAS-TV

    Madison, Wisconsin: WKOW-TV

    Manchester, New Hampshire: WMUR-TV

    Memphis, Tennessee: WATN-TV

    Miami–Fort Lauderdale, Florida: WPLG

    Milwaukee, Wisconsin: WISN-TV

    Moline, Illinois/Davenport, Iowa: WQAD-TV

    Nampa/Boise, Idaho: KIVI-TV

    Nashville, Tennessee: WKRN-TV

    New Orleans, Louisiana: WGNO

    New York City, New York: WABC-TV

    Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: KOCO-TV

    Omaha, Nebraska: KETV

    Orlando, Florida: WFTV

    Pensacola–Fort Walton Beach, Florida/Mobile, Alabama: WEAR-TV

    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: WPVI-TV

    Phoenix, Arizona: KNXV-TV

    Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: WTAE-TV

    Portland, Maine: WMTW-TV

    Portland, Oregon: KATU

    Providence, Rhode Island/New Bedford, Massachusetts: WLNE-TV

    Raleigh–Durham–Fayetteville, North Carolina: WTVD

    Reno, Nevada: KOLO-TV

    Rochester, New York: WHAM-TV

    Sacramento–Stockton–Modesto, California: KXTV

    Salt Lake City, Utah: KTVX

    St. Louis, Missouri: KDNL-TV

    St. Paul–Minneapolis, Minnesota: KSTP-TV

    San Antonio, Texas: KSAT-TV

    San Francisco–Oakland–San Jose, California: KGO-TV

    Scranton–Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania: WNEP-TV

    Seattle–Tacoma, Washington: KOMO-TV

    Sioux Falls, South Dakota: KSFY-TV

    Tallahassee, Florida/Thomasville–Valdosta, Georgia: WTXL-TV

    Tampa–St. Petersburg, Florida: WFTS-TV

    Tequesta–West Palm Beach–Boca Raton, Florida: WPBF

    Toledo, Ohio: WTVG

    Tucson, Arizona: KGUN-TV

    Tulsa, Oklahoma: KTUL

    Washington, D.C.: WJLA-TV

    Weslaco–McAllen–Harlingen–Brownsville, Texas: KRGV-TV

  17. What if Disney/ABC would form a new radio network:


    Albany–Schenectady–Troy, New York:

    10 ABC (WTEN)

    Alt 105.7 (WQSH)

    ESPN Albany 104.5 FM (WTMM-FM)

    Nash FM 107.7 (WGNA)

    Q 103 (WQBJ/WQBK-FM)


    Boston, Massachusetts:

    ABC 5 (WCVB-TV)

    ESPN Boston 97.3 FM (WCVB-FM)

    ESPN Deportes Boston 103.7 FM (WCCM)

    Nash FM 102.5 (WKLB-FM)

    WCVB NewsRadio 850 (WCVB)


    Buffalo, New York:

    7 ABC (WKBW-TV)

    ESPN Buffalo 1520 AM (WKBW)

    Kiss 98.5 (WKSE)

    Nash FM 107.7 (WKBW-FM)

    Star 102.5 (WTSS)

    WBEN NewsRadio 930 AM (WBEN)


    Chicago, Illinois:

    89 WLS (WLS)

    94.7 WLS (WLS-FM)

    ABC 7 (WLS-TV)

    ESPN Chicago 1000 AM (WMVP)

    ESPN Deportes Chicago 1220 AM (WKRS)

    Q101 (WKQX-FM)

    Nash FM 97.9 (WRDZ)


    Detroit, Michigan:

    94.7 WCSX (WCSX)

    96.3 WDVD (WDVD)

    101 WRIF (WRIF)

    ABC 7 (WXYZ-TV)

    ESPN Detroit 105.1 FM (WJR-FM)

    Nash FM 93.1 (WDRQ)

    WJR News Talk 760 AM (WJR)


    Flint, Michigan:

    ABC 7 (WJRT)

    CK 105.5 (WWCK-FM)

    ESPN Flint 1330 AM (WTRX)

    Nash FM 95.1 (WFBE)

    SuperTalk 1570 AM (WWCK)

    Z92.7 (WDZZ-FM)


    Fresno, California:

    58 KMJ (KMJ)

    99.3 Now FM (KWDO)

    ABC 30 (KFSN-TV)

    ESPN Deportes Fresno 1600 AM (KGST)

    ESPN Fresno 940 AM (KFIG)

    La Indomable 107.1 (KHIT-FM)

    Nash FM 105.9 (KMJ-FM)


    Hartford–New Haven, Connecticut:

    ABC 8 (WTNH-TV)

    ESPN Hartford 97.9 FM (WUCS)

    Nash FM 104.1 (WMRQ-FM)


    Houston, Texas:

    ABC 13 (KTRK)

    ESPN Deportes Houston 94.1 FM (KRIC)

    ESPN Houston 97.5 FM (KFNC-FM)


    Los Angeles, California:

    790 KABC (KABC)

    95.5 KLOS (KLOS)

    ABC 7 (KABC-TV)

    ESPN Deportes LA 1330 AM (KWKW)

    ESPN LA 710 AM (KSPN)

    Nash FM 105.1 (KNSH-FM)

    Radio Disney 99.1 FM (KDIS)


    Madison, Wisconsin:

    ABC 27 (WKOW)

    ESPN Madison 100.5 FM (WTLX)


    Milwaukee, Wisconsin:

    ABC 12 (WISN-TV)

    ESPN Milwaukee 540 AM (WAUK)

    Nash FM 94.5 (WKTI)


    Nashville, Tennessee:

    ABC 2 (WKRN-TV)

    ESPN Nashville 102.5 FM (WPRT)

    Nash FM 95.5 (WSM-FM)

    The Buzz 102.9 FM (WBUZ)

    WSM NewsRadio 650 (WSM)


    New York City, New York:

    77 WABC Radio (WABC)

    95.5 PLJ (WPLJ)

    ESPN Deportes Nueva York 93.1 FM (WPAT-FM)

    ESPN New York 98.7 FM (WEPN-FM)

    La Indomable 930 AM (WPAT)

    Nash FM 94.7 (WNSH)

    Radio 103.9 (WNBM)


    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:

    6 ABC (WPVI)

    ESPN Deportes Filadelfia 800 AM (WTMR)

    ESPN Philladelphia 610 AM (WTEL)

    Nash FM 92.5 (WXTU)

    Talk Radio 1210 WPHT (WPHT)


    Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania:

    ABC 4 (WTAE-TV)

    ESPN Pittsburgh 96.9 FM (WTAE-FM)

    KQV NewsRadio 92.9 FM (KQV-FM)

    Nash FM 107.9 (WDSY-FM)

  18. This is a possible Major Lacrosse League broadcasting rights scenario that would include teams that would be reactivated by new owners and that would be reactivated in other cities:


    MLL Eastern Conference


    Atlanta Blaze (Atlanta, GA)

    Boston Cannons (Boston, MA)

    Charlotte Hounds (Charlotte, NC)

    Chesapeake Bayhawks (Annapolis, MD)

    Florida Launch (Boca Raton, FL)

    New York Lizards (East Rutherford, NJ)

    Ohio Machine (Obetz, OH)

    Toronto Nationals (Toronto, ON)


    MLL Western Conference


    Dallas Rattlers (Dallas, TX)

    Denver Outlaws (Denver, CO)

    Golden State Dragons (Oakland, CA)

    Los Angeles Riptide (Los Angeles, CA)

    Portland Barrage (Portland, OR)

    St. Louis Pride (St. Louis, MO)

    Seattle Landsharks (Seattle, WA)

    Vancouver Ravens (Vancouver, BC)

  19. This is a possible realignment of the Kontinental Hockey League, that would feature two teams that would come from Asia League Ice Hockey (Nippon Blue Eagles and PSK Sakhalin), one team each that would come from the Spanish Liga Nacional de Hockey Hielo (FC Barcelona), the Danish Metal Ligaen (SønderjyskE), the Tipsport Liga (MAC Budapest) and the Deutsche Eishockey Liga (Eisbären Berlin), respectively, turning into a 32-team Kontinental Hockey League:


    KHL Eastern Conference


    Chernyshev Division: Admiral Vladivostok, Amur Khabarovsk, Avangard Omsk, Barys Astana, Nippon Blue Eagles, Red Star Kunlun, Salavat Yulaev Ufa, Sibir Novosibirsk

    Kharlamov Division: AK Bars Kazan, Avtomobilist Yekaterinburg, Mettalurg Magnitogorsk, Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk, PSK Sakhalin, Torpedo Nizhny Novgorod, Traktor Chelyabinsk, Yenisey Krasnoyarsk


    KHL Western Conference


    Bobrov Division: Dinamo Riga, Dynamo Moscow, Eisbären Berlin, Jokerit Helsinki, MAC Budapest, Severstal Cherepovets, SKA Saint Petersburg, Spartak Moscow

    Tarasov Division: CSKA Moscow, Dynamo Minsk, FC Barcelona, HC Sochi, Lokomotiv Yaroslavl, Slovan Bratislava, SønderjyskE, Vityaz Moscow Oblast