NFL, NBA, MLS and NHL need to get past “The Southern California Problem”

John Gennaro goes over the recent stadium and arena proposals in San Diego that would help to bring an MLS franchise to the city, along with possibly an NBA team and an NHL team, and explains why that’s a problem for most professional sports leagues. Then, he explains how it could possibly get done!

(This podcast was recorded on an iRig Mic Field.)

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