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MVC Newbie - Get Team Name Using ID in Another Table

MVC Newbie - Get Team Name Using ID in Another Table

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I am creating a softball schedule app that will be used by multiple teams.

I have a table the has team info - id, name, coach, etc
I have a table that has game info - id, date, teamid, opponentid, outcome

Here are the two models:

CODE --> c#

namespace softball.Models
{
	[Table("tblTeams")]
	public class Team
	{
		[Key]
		public int iTeamID { get; set; }
		public string sTeamName { get; set; }
		public string sCoach { get; set; }
	}
} 

CODE --> c#

namespace softball.Models
{
	[Table("tblSBgames")]
	public class Game
	{
		[Key]
		public int iGameID { get; set; }
		public int iTeamID { get; set; }
		public DateTime dtDate { get; set; }
		public int iOpponentID { get; set; }
		public byte? tiOutcome { get; set; }
	}
} 

I know how to use LINQ to pass a model into my view that can return a list of games for a particular team, but of course it shows an ID number for the two teams involved and not the team names. How can I make it show the team names without resorting to doing data calls in the View itself?

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