North American Cities and Sports Franchises: What team is missing?

North American Cities and Sports Franchises: What team is missing?

Large American cities in the USA often have sports teams in all of the 4 major sports. For example, Detroit has the Tigers, the Pistons, the Lions, and the Red Wings. Some cities like Los Angeles, New York, or Chicago even have more than one team. However, some major cities do not have a pro team in all 4 sports. Let's see if you can use your sports detective skills to figure out what sport is missing!

The city of Green Bay is missing teams in all of the following sports except?

The city of San Antonio is missing teams in all of the following sports except?

Las Vegas lacks teams in which 2 sports?

What team does Toronto lack?

Oklahoma City is missing teams in all of the following sports except?

What team does San Francisco lack?

Cincinnati lacks teams in which 2 sports?

What team does Charlotte lack?

What team does Pittsburgh lack?

The city of San Diego is missing teams in all of the following sports except?

The city of Columbus is missing teams in all of the following sports except?

Kansas City lacks teams in which 2 sports?

The city of Cleveland lacks teams in which 2 sports?

The city of Indianapolis lacks teams in which 2 sports?

The city of Memphis is missing teams in all of the following sports except?

What team does Houston lack?

What team does Atlanta lack?

What team does Seattle lack?

What team does Tampa Bay lack?

The city of Portland is missing teams in all of the following sports except?

Baltimore lacks teams in which 2 sports?

St. Louis lacks teams in which 2 sports?

The city of Buffalo lacks teams in which 2 sports?

The city of Montreal is missing teams in all of the following sports except?

The city of New Orleans lacks teams in which 2 sports?

North American Cities and Sports Franchises: What team is missing?

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Dave is an accomplished economics instructor with over two decades of experience in the prestigious International Baccalaureate program. His students have consistently ranked in the top 10% annually, and one year they achieved the highest overall class average in the world. This outstanding achievement led a UK publisher to request that he write a textbook, an offer he declined in favor of creating sports quizzes, which he found more engaging.

In addition to his teaching career, Dave is also a former high school football coach, having won a couple of local championships. While he wishes he had won more, he continues to be deeply involved in football as a scout, recruiter, and social media creator for a university football team.

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A die-hard fan of the Las Vegas Raiders, Dave has experienced his share of sports heartache, having seen them play in seven NFL cities with six losses. His all-time favorite athlete is Don Mattingly, reflecting his deep love for sports that spans many arenas.