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With MLS looking to re-start their Reserves' League again, I figured I'd put together a plan for the future of the USL.

 

Championship

East

Birmingham Legion FC

Charleston Battery

Detroit City FC (From NISA)

Hartford Athletic

Indy Eleven

Louisville City FC

Memphis 901 FC

North Carolina FC

Pittsburgh Riverhounds SC

Queensboro FC (Planned 2022 Expansion)

Rhode Island United (Planned 2022 Expansion)

Tampa Bay Rowdies

West

Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC

El Paso Locomotive FC

FC Tulsa

Las Vegas Lights FC

New Mexico United

Oakland Roots SC (Planned 2021 Expansion)

Oklahoma City Energy FC

Orange County SC

Phoenix Rising FC

Reno 1868 FC

San Antonio FC

San Diego Loyal SC

 

League One

Northeast

Buffalo Bruisers (Planned Championship Expansion)

Guardians FC (Expansion to Cleveland)

Long Island Rough Riders (Promotion from League Two)

Lord Baltimore SC (Expansion)

New Hampshire FC (Planned 2022 Expansion)

Ocean City Nor'Easters (Promotion from League Two)

Portland United (Planned Expansion)

Rochester Rhinos (Planned 2021 Expansion)

Southeast

Chattanooga Red Wolves SC

Duval FC (Expansion to Jacksonville)

Greenville Triumph SC

Hampton Roads United (Expansion)

Miami FC (Self-Relegation from Championship)

Richmond Kickers

South Georgia Tormenta FC

West Virginia Alliance FC (Promotion from League Two)

Central

Brazos Valley Cavalry FC (Promotion from League Two)

Corpus Christi FC (Promotion from League Two)

Des Moines Menace (Planned Championship Expansion)

Flint City Bucks (Promotion from League Two)

Forward Madison FC

Rio Grande Valley FC (Self-Relegation from Championship)

Union Omaha

Wichita Cowboys (Expansion)

West

Boise City FC (Expansion)

Ciudad Stockton FC (Expansion)

Emperors FC (Expansion to Inland Empire)

FC Tucson

San Francisco City FC (Promotion from League Two)

San Francisco Glens SC (Promotion from League Two)

Santa Cruz Breakers FC (Promotion from League Two)

Sporting Malibu (Fresno FC Relocation and Self-Relegation)

 

The Champion of League One gets promoted to the Championship, replacing the loser of a game between the last place teams in the Championship Divisions

Teams in the Championship will play a round-robin home and away against their division-mates and home or away vs the other division for 34 games

Teams in League One will play a round robin home & away against their division mates, home or away vs their conference, & home or away vs one other division for 30 games

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I read in my local paper's sports section that the schools that make up Division I want to realign. Well, here's an idea:

 

Take a page out of what the NAIA did - Create a 'Division 1A' and a 'Division 1B'

 

Certain sports would have this kind of division format. For example, this is how basketball would work...

 

Division 1A

-American Athletic Conference

-Atlantic Coast Conference

-Atlantic 10 Conference

-Big East Conference

-Big 12 Conference

-Big Ten Conference

-Conference USA

-Mid American Conference

-Missouri Valley Conference

-Mountain West Conference

-Pac 12 Conference

-Southeastern Conference

-Southern Conference

-The Summit League

-Sun Belt Conference

-West Coast Conference

 

Division 1B

-America East Conference

-Atlantic Sun Conference

-Big Sky Conference

-Big South Conference

-Big West Conference

-Colonial Athletic Association

-Horizon League

-Ivy League

-Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference

-Mid Eastern Athletic Conference

-Northeast Conference

-Ohio Valley Conference

-Patriot League

-Southland Conference

-Southwestern Athletic Conference

-Western Athletic Conference

 

The Power 5, Group of 5 and the six strongest basketball conferences form Division 1A while the other 16 leagues form Division 1B. Each side has 32 team tournaments that the NCAA could run at the same time with the same broadcasting plan (The Turner networks) that can easily create the same revenue source for both sides.

 

Other sports can either do this or go in other directions, but this is a basic idea.

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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

 

Postseason

 

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.

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

 

EASTERN CONFERENCE

 

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

 

WESTERN CONFERENCE

 

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

 

CANADIAN TELEVISION RIGHTS

 

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.

 

U.S. NATIONAL TELEVISION RIGHTS

 

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

 

Playoffs

 

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

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

NBA Conference Finals: ESPN, FS1

NBA Finals: ABC

 

U.S. REGIONAL TELEVISION RIGHTS

 

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

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21 minutes ago, nelroy78 said:

https://nba.nbcsports.com/2020/11/13/if-not-toronto-raptors-reportedly-leaning-toward-playing-in-tampa-bay/
 

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?.

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1 hour ago, Marcos Flamengo said:


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?.

You put a lot of thought into it but way too many teams. Still that’s why this is called the pointless realignment thread.

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Just had a thought...the NBA is thinking about having a division heavy schedule to reduce travel this year, so why not move the Timberwolves to the Eastern Conference just for this year. Yes it would mean the Western and Eastern Conferences would be imbalanced for a year but it would be worth it for them to play several games this year in Chicago and Milwaukee rather than Portland and Salt Lake City. 

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The only way the Minnesota Timberwolves move to the Eastern Conference is if the NBA expands to 32 teams by resurrecting the Seatlle SuperSonics and expanding to either Las Vegas, Vancouver, Kansas City, or St. Louis.

 

Also, both conferences would have to go with 2 8-team divisions

Edited by JH42XCC
Added Las Vegas and Vancouver

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It appears the Canadian teams are going to be able to play in Canada, but what if they had not been allowed to?

 

I randomly assigned the seven franchises to a US city and realigned appropriately.

 

Northeast

Boston Bruins

Buffalo Sabres

New Jersey Devils

New York Islanders

New York Rangers

Philadelphia Flyers

Pittsburgh Penguins

Washington Capitals

 

Southeast

Carolina Hurricanes

Dallas Stars

Edmonton Oilers (Houston) 

Florida Panthers

Montreal Canadiens (Atlanta)

Nashville Predators

Tampa Bay Lightning

Toronto Maple Leafs (Charlotte)

 

Midwest

Chicago Blackhawks

Columbus Blue Jackets

Detroit Red Wings

Minnesota Wild

Ottawa Senators (Kansas City)

St. Louis Blues

Winnipeg Jets (Milwaukee)

 

Pacific

Anaheim Ducks

Arizona Coyotes

Calgary Flames (San Diego)

Colorado Avalanche 

Los Angeles Kings

San Jose Sharks

Vancouver Canucks (Portland)

Vegas Golden Knights

 

I wanted to send Calgary or Winnipeg to their former city but proximity wouldn’t allow me. Montreal or Ottawa would’ve been shipped out to San Diego. Not exactly ideal. Edmonton goes to Houston since Houston’s first NFL team was the Oilers. 😂😂
 

The Northeast doesn’t change from the 2020-2021 East.

 

 

 

 

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3 hours ago, nelroy78 said:

It appears the Canadian teams are going to be able to play in Canada, but what if they had not been allowed to?

 

I randomly assigned the seven franchises to a US city and realigned appropriately.

 

Northeast

Boston Bruins

Buffalo Sabres

New Jersey Devils

New York Islanders

New York Rangers

Philadelphia Flyers

Pittsburgh Penguins

Washington Capitals

 

Southeast

Carolina Hurricanes

Dallas Stars

Edmonton Oilers (Houston) 

Florida Panthers

Montreal Canadiens (Atlanta)

Nashville Predators

Tampa Bay Lightning

Toronto Maple Leafs (Charlotte)

 

Midwest

Chicago Blackhawks

Columbus Blue Jackets

Detroit Red Wings

Minnesota Wild

Ottawa Senators (Kansas City)

St. Louis Blues

Winnipeg Jets (Milwaukee)

 

Pacific

Anaheim Ducks

Arizona Coyotes

Calgary Flames (San Diego)

Colorado Avalanche 

Los Angeles Kings

San Jose Sharks

Vancouver Canucks (Portland)

Vegas Golden Knights

 

I wanted to send Calgary or Winnipeg to their former city but proximity wouldn’t allow me. Montreal or Ottawa would’ve been shipped out to San Diego. Not exactly ideal. Edmonton goes to Houston since Houston’s first NFL team was the Oilers. 😂😂
 

The Northeast doesn’t change from the 2020-2021 East.

 

 

 

 

What NHL caliber arena does San Diego have? It would make more sense to put them in San Francisco or Salt Lake City.

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On 12/20/2020 at 8:25 PM, McCall said:

What NHL caliber arena does San Diego have? It would make more sense to put them in San Francisco or Salt Lake City.

That’s fair, no changes to the divisions would have to be made.

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That got me thinking of my own "Canada to US" temporary realignment. With mine, I kept the Western Conference the same with just the Canadian teams relocated within their respective divisions. The Eastern Conference has some switching, but hard to be avoided.

 

WEST:  Anaheim, Arizona, Los Angeles, PORTLAND, SALT LAKE CITY, SAN FRANCISCO, San Jose, Vegas (Vancouver, Edmonton & Calgary could be assigned to the 3 cities however anyone sees fit)

CENTRAL:  Chicago, Colorado, Dallas, KANSAS CITY (Winnipeg), Minnesota, Nashville, St. Louis

NORTH:  Boston, Buffalo, Detroit, New Jersey, NY Islanders, NY Rangers, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh

EAST:  ATLANTA, Carolina, CHARLOTTE, Columbus, Florida, ORLANDO, Tampa Bay, Washington (Again, assign Toronto, Ottawa & Montreal however)

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Here's how a hypothetical 16 team playoff would work for this season...

 

-11 conference champions (Sun Belt co-champs means 2 bids for them)

-5 At-Large bids

 

Now, the bracket...

 

1st Round:

-(16) UAB [C-USA Champions] at (1) Alabama [SEC Champions]

-(9) Georgia [At-Large #4] at (8) Florida [At-Large #3]

-(12) Louisiana [Sun Belt Co-Champs] at (5) Cincinnati [American Champion]

-(13) San Jose State [Mountain West Champion] at (4) Oklahoma [Big 12 Champion]

-(15) Ball State [MAC Champions] at (2) Clemson [ACC Champion]

-(10) Iowa State [At-Large #5] at (7) Texas A&M [At-Large #2]

-(11) Coastal Carolina [Sun Belt Co-Champs] at (6) Notre Dame [At-Large #1]

-(14) Oregon [Pac-12 Champion] at (3) Ohio State [Big Ten Champion]

 

Quarterfinals:

Cotton Bowl - Georgia/Florida winner vs. UAB/Alabama winner

Peach Bowl - ULL/Cincinnati winner vs. SJSU/Oklahoma winner

Fiesta Bowl - Ball State/Clemson winner vs. ISU/TAMU winner

Orange Bowl - CCU/ND winner vs. Oregon/Ohio State winner

 

Semifinals:

Rose Bowl - Cotton Bowl winner vs. Peach Bowl winner

Sugar Bowl - Fiesta Bowl winner vs. Orange Bowl winner

 

National Championship Game: Rose Bowl winner vs. Sugar Bowl winner

 

Additional Note: There is an alternate version of the playoff that would have been used had the Sun Belt championship been been played. In it, Coastal Carolina (thanks to their earlier victory over Louisiana) is the Sun Belt champion and Indiana gets the sixth and final at-large bid. Coastal Carolina becomes the #12 seed and plays Cincinnati, Indiana becomes the #11 seed and takes on Notre Dame. The other two match ups between at-large bids (Iowa State vs. Texas A&M and Georgia vs. Florida) wouldn't be affected

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Brand new all sports realignment series to start off the new year. I mix the last two of the realignment series I did

 

First for MLB: (2100 series) (New TrueYankee26 Series)

 

American League

  • AL Atlantic:
    • Baltimore Orioles
    • Boston Red Sox
    • Buffalo Bison
    • Providence Grays
    • New York Yankees
    • Philadelphia Stars
    • Pittsburgh Keystones
    • Toronto Blue Jays
    • Washington Senators
  • AL Dixie:
    • Arkansas Travelers
    • Atlanta Firebirds
    • Birmingham Barons
    • Durham Bulls
    • Jacksonville Suns
    • New Orleans Zephyrs
    • Norfolk Tide
    • Orlando Tropics
    • Tampa Bay Rays
  • AL Heartland:
    • Chicago White Sox
    • Cleveland Guardians
    • Columbus Clippers
    • Detroit Tigers
    • Indianapolis Racers
    • Kansas City Royals
    • Louisville Bats
    • Minnesota Twins
    • St. Louis Browns
  • AL Pacific:
    • Anaheim Angels
    • Austin Bulls
    • Hollywood Stars
    • Oakland Athletics
    • Oklahoma City Redhawks
    • Portland Beavers
    • Salt Lake Bees
    • Seattle Mariners
    • Texas Rangers

National League

  • NL Atlantic:
    • Atlanta Braves
    • Boston Beaneaters
    • Brooklyn Robins
    • Montreal Expos
    • New Jersey Eagles
    • New York Gothams
    • New York Mets
    • Philadelphia Phillies
    • Washington Nationals
  • NL Dixie:
    • Carolina Mudcats
    • Charleston RiverDogs
    • Charlotte Knights
    • Orlando Gators
    • Memphis Bluenotes
    • Miami Marlins
    • Nashville Sounds
    • Puerto Rico Hurricanes
    • Tennessee Smokies
  • NL Heartland:
    • Chicago Cubs
    • Cincinnati Reds
    • Des Moines Cornhuskers
    • Houston Astros
    • Milwaukee Brewers
    • Pittsburgh Pirates
    • San Antonio Missions
    • St. Louis Cardinals
    • Tulsa Drillers
  • NL Pacific:
    • Albuquerque Isotopes
    • Arizona Diamondbacks
    • Boise Hawks
    • Colorado Rockies
    • Las Vegas Aviators
    • Los Angeles Dodgers
    • San Diego Padres
    • San Francisco Giants
    • Vancouver Canadians

 

  • TV Rights: CBS and NBC gets NL baseball, Fox and ABC gets AL baseball. ESPN and FS1 shows games from the AL everyday, and ESPN gets Sunday Night AL games while FS1 gets Saturday Night AL games. CBS Sports Network and NBCSN shows games from the NL everyday, and CBS Sports Network gets Sunday Night NL games while NBCSN gets Saturday Night NL games. TBS continues to show baseball, now joined by sister station TNT, and WGN for the first time, shows games nationally. Home Run Derby is Rotated between NBC, CBS, FOX and ABC, similar to the Super Bowl, All-Star Game is Rotated between NBC, CBS, FOX and ABC similar to the Super Bowl. World Series rotates between the 4 OTA networks similar to the Super Bowl.
  • Additional Notes: Brooklyn Robins and New York Gothams mark MLB's return to Brooklyn and Manhattan respectively, Philadelphia Stars are the AL's replacement to the Philadelphia Athletics, Washington Senators are the AL's third shot at DC, St. Louis Browns return to the AL, NL baseball returns to Boston with the Beaneaters, Montreal Expos come back, Houston Astros return to the NL to make room for the Austin Bulls to be the second AL team in Texas.

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On 12/20/2020 at 5:25 PM, McCall said:

What NHL caliber arena does San Diego have?

San Diego is taking steps to build a replacement for the Sports Arena and is already heading in that direction after removing the area it's in from a zone that has very strict building height limits.

 

I doubt we'll be getting an NHL-caliber arena, but given the fan support the Gulls have had since the team moved to San Diego (they've averaged the highest attendance in the Western Conference) it would be awesome to have a modern arena. I love the Sports Arena and I've enjoyed it when I've gone to see the Gulls, but the building is more than 50 years old. I just hope that they can actually find a source of funding to build the arena since San Diego is rightfully opposed to taxpayer funding for facilities after that greedy :censored: Spanos burned us one too many times.

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Been looking at various options for NBA expansion. Thought I'd do one for Seattle as a lone team. They could go to four divisions, ala the NHL, with three of 8 and one of 7 until adding a 32nd team, or the could just make one division have 6 with the other five remaining at 5. That got me thinking. Seattle would naturally slide back into the Northwest. I initially thought, and it would still work, about then moving OKC down into the Southwest with the Texas Trio, NOLA and Memphis, where they geographically fit a lot better. Then I kinda went on a merry-go-round journey that ended up with what I have below, which I think would be some divisions better aligned, relatively, of course.

 

WESTERN CONFERENCE

-PACIFIC-

Golden State

LA Clippers

LA Lakers

Phoenix

Sacramento

 

-NORTHWEST-

Denver

Minnesota

Portland

Seattle

Utah

 

-SOUTHWEST-

Dallas

Houston

Memphis/New Orleans

Oklahoma City

San Antonio

 

EASTERN CONFERENCE

-CENTRAL-

Chicago

Cleveland

Detroit

Indiana

Milwaukee

Toronto

 

-ATLANTIC-

Boston

Brooklyn

New York

Philadelphia

Washington

 

-SOUTHEAST-

Atlanta

Charlotte

Memphis/New Orleans

Miami

Orlando

 

Either Memphis or New Orleans would slide over to the Southeast, moving Washington into the Atlantic where they fit better and Toronto over into the Central, which is a better fit for them. Yes, Minnesota is still out of place in the Northwest, but some team is gonna be.

 

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I have now branded this series the 2070 series, since it is a Mix of the 2100 series and the previous series (NTY26) I did which took place in 2040

 

Here is NBA 2070 (2100 Series) (New TrueYankee Series)

 

Eastern Conference

  • Atlantic Division
    • Baltimore Lords

    • Boston Celtics

    • Brooklyn Nets

    • Buffalo Braves

    • Hartford Humpbacks

    • New Jersey Swamp Dragons
    • New York Knicks
    • Philadelphia 76ers
    • Pittsburgh Pipers
    • Toronto Raptors

  • Central Division

    • Chicago Bulls
    • Cincinnati Royals
    • Cleveland Cavaliers
    • Columbus Horizon
    • Detroit Pistons
    • Green Bay Foxes
    • Indiana Pacers

    • Louisville Colonels

    • Milwaukee Bucks

    • St. Louis Bombers

  • Southeast Division

    • Atlanta Hawks

    • Birmingham Power

    • Charlotte Hornets

    • Jacksonville Giants

    • Miami Heat

    • Nashville Pioneers

    • Orlando Magic

    • Tampa Bay Marauders

    • Tidewater Fleet

    • Washington Wizards

Western Conference

  • Northwest Division

    • Alaska Auroras

    • Calgary Bears

    • Edmonton Energy

    • Idaho Stampede

    • Kansas City Monarchs

    • Minnesota Timberwolves

    • Portland Trail Blazers

    • Seattle Supersonics

    • Utah Jazz

    • Vancouver Sea Lions

  • Pacific Division

    • Anaheim Amigos

    • Las Vegas Stars

    • Los Angeles Lakers

    • Los Angeles Surf

    • Oakland Oaks

    • Phoenix Suns

    • Reno Bighorns

    • Sacramento Kings

    • San Diego Clippers

    • San Francisco Warriors

  • Southwest Division

    • Albuquerque Jaguars

    • Austin Rattlesnakes

    • Dallas Mavericks

    • El Paso Roughnecks

    • Houston Rockets

    • Memphis Grizzlies

    • New Orleans Pelicans
    • San Antonio Spurs
    • Tulsa 66ers

    • Wichita Outlaws

Edited by TrueYankee26
forgot a 10th team in the Northwest Division

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