Franchise history.

I see an MLS team … An NBA team would have a tougher time. The St. Louis Bombers were originally part of the Basketball Association of America (BAA) in 1946.. Fish tacos - Just wanted to let you know you are simply wrong. An MLS Franchise would do well. No market the size of STL has all major sports teams.
Ya. They had pretty good attendance, but they moved to Atlanta shortly after the Blues came into town. Most Popular NBA Teams With the 2015-16 NBA season underway, we decided to take a look at the billing state for all NBA orders through Nov. 18 to determine the most popular team for each US state.

I'd rather have the Blues, but it would be nice to have an NBA team as well.

The LA Lakers came closest, going 15-1 in the 2001 playoffs.
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No team has gone undefeated in the NBA playoffs. It'd be great to have both, but that would be really stretching it.

We could call them the "Saint Louis Spirits". I think the closest NBA teams are Chicago and Memphis. (MLB, NBA, NFL, NHL) An MLS franchise would do just fine. In my opinion, you pessimism does a disservice to the many sports fans in St. Louis, especially fans of basketball and soccer. The BAA merged with the National Basketball League (NBL) in 1949 to become the National Basketball Association (NBA).. Spirits of St. Louis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, The following errors occurred with your submission. You can measure distance between two teams on a map. You should do more research before making disasterous claims such as this. It would be cool to see a team there though.

Interactive map, shows locations, address, capacity and official team web site for all NBA teams. NBA Team Chronology; Team History; ATLANTA HAWKS: Tri-Cities Blackhawks (1949-51) Milwaukee Hawks (1951-55) St. Louis Hawks (1955-68) Atlanta Hawks (1968-present) BOSTON CELTICS … NBA, I dont know. The MLS is looking to expand and Saint Louis is a market they are interested in, along with Cleveland. St. Louis had NBA until the 60s.