Metro Seattle: NHL, NBA and Arena - Part V
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09-25-2012, 09:01 PM
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Well people because people have this idea that the city is nothing without sports. You never hear anyone from NY or Chicago say this. LA has done fine without the NFL. But for smaller places, it is the difference between being nationally relevant and not on the map per se.
Every time the NFL has "asked" the taxpayers in and around LA to build a stadium they have been told to pound sand. The NFL wants LA more than LA wants the NFL.
I can see your point about other cities doing it to be relevant. I don't think the citizens of Phoenix and the surrounding area have ever met a stadium/arena that they didn't like (fund).
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