Lightning coach Jon Cooper says one thing is for certain about the pro teams in Tampa Bay: they really pull for each other.The coach, who started with the Lightning in 2013, added he’s never felt like the teams were in competition with each other when it came to getting attention in the local sports market.“We’ve had Rays (players) out to practices," Cooper said. "We’ve had multiple Bucs (players) come to our games, our practices, gone in the locker room, and I know we’ve done the same.”Cooper remembered the Rays postseason runs in 2013 and ’19 and how the other teams supported them. He said it was the same when the Bucs signed Tom Brady earlier this summer, which led to a trickle-down effect of other signings such as Rob Gronkowski, LeSean McCoy and Leonard Fournette.“It’s just like our team, the sports in Tampa, everybody is pulling for each other,” Cooper said. “It’s exciting when you get to this time of year for us. And you know, hopefully, the Bucs make a run and become a playoff team. Everybody can’t wait to go to the games and show their support, and I think that’s a pretty cool thing about Tampa sports is everybody is pulling together.”The Rays will kick off the afternoon on Sunday with their series finale against the Red Sox at 1:10 on Fox Sports Sun. The Lightning will take on the Islanders in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference final in Edmonton at 3 on NBC. Lastly, Tom Brady and the Bucs will open the season in New Orleans at 4:25 on Fox.The last time all three markets played on the same day ? Oct. 5, 2008. Contact Mari Faiello at email@example.com . Follow @faiello_mari .