An audacious NBL bid to buy Hobart's Derwent Entertainment Centre would not impact future Southern Huskies games in the North.
Club owner Justin Hickey has reassured fans that the Silverdome remains integral to the Huskies' plans.
The Tasmanians this year joined the New Zealand NBL after its initial hopes to enter the Australian NBL failed.
"We're definitely committed to Launceston and I have already starting making investigations to play in Ulverstone, which by the looks of it looks like a great little venue too, similar to a lot of the NZNBL venues," Hickey said.
"That's what we're looking to do moving forward into next year. We have been working with [NZNBL general manager] Justin Nelson on our plans for next year."
The Hobart venue looks set for private ownership since City of Glenorchy this week approved the sale to ease council's financial burden.
NBL owner Larry Kestelman has made enquiries to buy out the DEC that could throw a lifeline out to a 10th club from Tasmania to join.
Hickey had first made an offer on the DEC before the club entered the NZNBL to wipe away stadium hire costs in Hobart and better afford to play at the Silverdome.
"I wanted to have another crack at it and we asked them in writing," he said.
"They said to me a couple of months ago that they don't know what means of disposal is, so I have just left it."
Hickey refuses to look too much into the DEC sale, but certainly believes there is a "lot of water to go under the bridge before Tassie's ready for an NBL side".
This comes after the state government handed out a $200,000 support package to the club to finance the costs of playing in New Zealand.
The costly exercise has the Huskies travelling four times a year to play nine games.
Hickey felt the club has gained Launceston support.
After small crowds hovered around 700 for the opening two Silverdome games, numbers have doubled on the back of team wins.
"There's sentiment there and Larry's picked up what we're doing," Hickey said.
"I think we have proved a case that we can unite the state, but his interest doesn't change what I'm doing."