By now, you’ve probably heard that voters in Nassau County said no to spending $400 million on renovating the Coliseum. That’s left the future of its anchor tenant, the New York Islanders, up in the air. The team’s owner, Charles Wang, has said that the team would honor its lease that goes through 2015. At that point, everything’s up for grabs including, says CBS Sports, moving west to join the Nets at the Barclays Center. “Aside from a passing vote or another county on Long Island stepping up to build an arena, this would be the next best solution,” says the CBS writer. What do you think of that idea?
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