Biggest US cities without a major sports teams

Name the biggest US cities without an NBA, NFL, MLB, or NHL team. (Based on estimated population values of July 1, 2015 by US Census Bureau)
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Last updated: April 16, 2017
First submittedJanuary 8, 2016
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Population
City
931,830
Austin
833,319
Fort Worth
681,124
El Paso
615,366
Louisville
559,121
Albuquerque
531,641
Tucson
520,052
Fresno
474,140
Long Beach
471,825
Mesa
456,568
Colorado Springs
Population
City
452,745
Virginia Beach
443,885
Omaha
403,505
Tulsa
389,965
Wichita
373,640
Bakersfield
359,407
Aurora
352,769
Honolulu
335,400
Santa Ana
324,074
Corpus Christi
322,424
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Level 51
Apr 3, 2017
# 1 needs to be taken off
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Level 71
Apr 3, 2017
How come? I see how #4 needs to be taken off (although I was waiting for the upcoming NHL season to do so), but I don't know any teams that play in any of the four major leagues that play in #1
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Level 78
Apr 6, 2017
Time to update. Vegas has hockey and football.
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Level 23
May 13, 2021
Didn't guess Virginia beach when there was an ad at the top of the page lmao
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Level 65
Oct 27, 2021
Would be a better quiz without suburbs of cities with teams
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Level 82
Apr 21, 2022
Looks like San Juan should just barely make the list.
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Level 73
Apr 21, 2022
Some of this is a little misleading. Yes technically Mesa might not have a team but it's right next to Phoenix which does have teams. So it might not come right away to people. Same could easily be said for Fort Worth, (often lumped as DFW) Long Beach, Aurora....

The Honda Center is 5 miles from Santa Ana. I think it can easily be removed from the list.

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Level 62
Apr 21, 2022
I actually prefer that this quiz uses city proper. Should be more of a norm on this website.