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I would prefer Birmingham Bolts, San Antonio Marshals ,Florida Tuskers ( Orlando ) Virginia Beach Sharks , Colombus Capitals , Oklahoma City Wranglers , Las Vegas Outlaws, California Redwoods , Utah Snowbears , New York Senitels ,Sacremento Miners, Conneticut Colonials, New Mexico Thunderbirds ,Portland Pioneers,Memphis Blues ,

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Four in each direction( includes north, south, east, west, ) that does not have a team.

North: Omaha, Springfield, Des Monies, Columbus.

South: Charleston, San Antonio, Birmingham, Oklahoma City.

East: Portland ME, Richmond, NJ, Hartford.

West: Albuquerque, Vegas, California (to include LA SJ and Sacramento), Portland OR.

Great idea.

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I'd love a city near me to have one. I live in Daytona Beach so it's probably too small (although it has a MLB Cubs team) but if Orlando could get one that would work.

North: Toledo (Ohio), Cedar Rapids (Iowa), Providence (Rhode Island), Syracuse (New York)

South: Lexington (Kentucky), Little Rock (Arkansas), Oklahoma City (Oklahoma), Albuquerque (New Mexico)

East: Orlando (Florida), Charleston (South Carolina), Norfolk (Virginia), Birmingham (Alabama)

West: Las Vegas (Nevada), Los Angeles (California), Portland (Oregon), Salt Lake City (Utah)

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East: Norfolk (VA) Albany (NY) Hartford (CT) Providence (RI)

North: Columbus (OH) Grand Rapids (MI) Des Moines (IA) Louisville (KY)

South: Birmingham (AL) Columbia (SC) Jackson (MS) Orlando (FL)

West: Tucson (AZ) Sacramento (CA) Salt Lake City (UT) Spokane (WA)

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I'd love a city near me to have one. I live in Daytona Beach so it's probably too small (although it has a MLB Cubs team) but if Orlando could get one that would work.

North: Toledo (Ohio), Cedar Rapids (Iowa), Providence (Rhode Island), Syracuse (New York)

South: Lexington (Kentucky), Little Rock (Arkansas), Oklahoma City (Oklahoma), Albuquerque (New Mexico)

East: Orlando (Florida), Charleston (South Carolina), Norfolk (Virginia), Birmingham (Alabama)

West: Las Vegas (Nevada), Los Angeles (California), Portland (Oregon), Salt Lake City (Utah)

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It would be cool, but they'd probably move to Des Moines within the first 5 years.

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Are you actually creating concepts for this, or should this go in the Pointless Realignment thread?

Why are u on here stating your opinion ? Nobody ask for your opinion about concepts !

I don't think you quite understand the purpose of this subforum.

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Are you actually creating concepts for this, or should this go in the Pointless Realignment thread?

Why are u on here stating your opinion ? Nobody ask for your opinion about concepts !

I don't think you quite understand the purpose of this subforum.

Given this specific member's history, I say that this won't accommodate to much.

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I'd love a city near me to have one. I live in Daytona Beach so it's probably too small (although it has a MLB Cubs team) but if Orlando could get one that would work.

North: Toledo (Ohio), Cedar Rapids (Iowa), Providence (Rhode Island), Syracuse (New York)

South: Lexington (Kentucky), Little Rock (Arkansas), Oklahoma City (Oklahoma), Albuquerque (New Mexico)

East: Orlando (Florida), Charleston (South Carolina), Norfolk (Virginia), Birmingham (Alabama)

West: Las Vegas (Nevada), Los Angeles (California), Portland (Oregon), Salt Lake City (Utah)

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It would be cool, but they'd probably move to Des Moines within the first 5 years.

Well the 2nd largest city in Iowa is Cedar Rapids it's not like I said Newton, Iowa so the "LOL WUT" image seems very childish on your part. Also bigger cities do not matter, look at Green Bay. Green Bay is the 3rd largest city in Wisconsin. Jacksonville is the largest U.S. city by area and look how great they're doing attendance wise.

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I'd love a city near me to have one. I live in Daytona Beach so it's probably too small (although it has a MLB Cubs team) but if Orlando could get one that would work.

North: Toledo (Ohio), Cedar Rapids (Iowa), Providence (Rhode Island), Syracuse (New York)

South: Lexington (Kentucky), Little Rock (Arkansas), Oklahoma City (Oklahoma), Albuquerque (New Mexico)

East: Orlando (Florida), Charleston (South Carolina), Norfolk (Virginia), Birmingham (Alabama)

West: Las Vegas (Nevada), Los Angeles (California), Portland (Oregon), Salt Lake City (Utah)

lolwut.jpg

It would be cool, but they'd probably move to Des Moines within the first 5 years.

Well the 2nd largest city in Iowa is Cedar Rapids it's not like I said Newton, Iowa so the "LOL WUT" image seems very childish on your part. Also bigger cities do not matter, look at Green Bay. Green Bay is the 3rd largest city in Wisconsin. Jacksonville is the largest U.S. city by area and look how great they're doing attendance wise.

Honestly, you think most people would think of Des Moines before Cedar Rapids, it's metropolitan area is roughly double the size of Cedar Rapids.

And for the arguement that city size may not matter, but Green Bay is a rare exception. Any sane person given the choice of placing a franchise in LA or Green Bay would pick LA in a heartbeat. Bigger markets also are usually bigger television markets, leading to more national games, more views, getting in more households, better sponsors. etc. Green Bay is a very unreliable option, that is nothing but a rare exception in the least.

And, this was all caused because someone forgot to understand sarcasm.

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