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The following list includes all current and former arenas used by current and defunct teams playing in the National Basketball Association (NBA). Other information included in this list are arena locations, seating capacities, years opened and in use.

The Palace of Auburn Hills has the highest capacity of any current NBA arena and has had over 200 straight sellouts. The United Center in Chicago has the second highest capacity, while the Power Balance Pavilion in Sacramento currently has the lowest current capacity in the league.


Current and former arenas by team

Eastern Conference

Eastern Conference
Atlantic Division
Team[1] Arena Years Used Capacity Opened City Ref.
Boston Celtics TD Garden
TD Banknorth Garden (2005–2009)
FleetCenter (1995–2005)
Shawmut Center (1995)
1995–present 18,624 1995 Boston, MA [2]
Hartford Civic Center
XL Center (2007–present)
1975–1995
(occasional home games)
16,294 1975 Hartford, CT [3][4]
Boston Garden
Boston Madison Square Garden (1928)
1946–1995 14,448 1928 Boston, MA [5][6]
Boston Arena
Matthews Arena (1979–present)
1946–1947
(partial schedule)
5,900 1910 [7]
Brooklyn Nets
New Jersey Nets
New York Nets
New Jersey Americans
Barclays Center 2012-present 18,000 2012 Brooklyn, NY [8]
Prudential Center 2010–2012 18,500 2007 Newark, NJ [9]
Izod Center
Continental Airlines Arena (1996–2007)
Brendan Byrne Arena (1981–1996)
1981–2010 20,049 1981 East Rutherford, NJ [10][11]
[12][13]
Rutgers Athletic Center
Louis Brown Athletic Center (1986–present)
1977–1981 8,000 1977 Piscataway, NJ [14][15]
Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum 1972–1977 15,000 1972 Uniondale, NY [16][17]
Island Garden 1969–1972 5,200 1956 West Hempstead, NY [18]
Long Island Arena
Commack Arena
1968–1969 6,000 1957 Commack, NY [19][20]
Teaneck Armory 1967–1968 5,500 1936 Teaneck, NJ [20][21]
New York Knicks Madison Square Garden (IV) 1968–present 19,763 1968 New York, NY [22]
Madison Square Garden (III) 1946–1968 16,000 1925 [22]
69th Regiment Armory 1946–1960
(partial schedule)
5,000 1906 [23][24]
[25]
Philadelphia 76ers
Syracuse Nationals
Wells Fargo Center
Wachovia Center (2003–2010)
First Union Center (1998–2003)
CoreStates Center (1996–1998)
1996–present 20,444 1996 Philadelphia, PA [26]
The Spectrum
Wachovia Spectrum (2003–2009)
First Union Spectrum (1998–2003)
CoreStates Spectrum (1994–1998)
1967–1996 17,380 1967 [26]
Municipal Auditorium 1963–1967 12,000 1930 [27]
Philadelphia Arena 7,000 1920
Onondaga War Memorial 1951–1963 6,230 1951 Syracuse, NY
State Fair Coliseum 1949–1951 7,500 1927
Toronto Raptors Air Canada Centre 1999–present 19,800 1999 Toronto, ONT
SkyDome
Rogers Centre (2005–present)
1995–1999 28,708 1989
Maple Leaf Gardens 1997–1999
(six home games)
17,000 1931
Copps Coliseum 1995–1997
(three home games)
18,800 1985 Hamilton, ONT
Southeast Division
Team[1] Arena Years Used Capacity Opened City Ref.
Atlanta Hawks
St. Louis Hawks
Milwaukee Hawks
Tri-Cities Blackhawks
Philips Arena 1999–present 18,750 1999 Atlanta, GA
Georgia Dome 1997–1999 71,228 1992
Omni Coliseum 1972–1997 15,278 1972
Alexander Memorial Coliseum
Alexander Memorial Coliseum at McDonalds Center (1996–2005)
1997–1999
1968–1972
9,191 1956
Kiel Auditorium 1955–1968 9,300 1934 St. Louis, MO
St. Louis Arena
The Checkerdome (1977–1983)
1955–1968
(partial schedule)
20,000 1929
Milwaukee Arena
U.S. Cellular Arena (2000–present)
Wisconsin Center Arena (1998–2000)
MECCA Arena (1974–1995)
1951–1955 10,783 1950 Milwaukee, WI
Wharton Field House 1946–1951 6,000 1928 Moline, IL
Charlotte Bobcats Time Warner Cable Arena (2008–present)
Charlotte Bobcats Arena (2005–2008)
2005–present 19,568 2005 Charlotte, NC
Charlotte Coliseum 2004–2005 24,042 1988
Miami Heat American Airlines Arena 2000–present 19,600 1999 Miami, FL
Miami Arena 1988–1999 16,640 1988
Orlando Magic Amway Center (2010–present) 18,500 2010 Orlando, FL
Amway Arena
The Arena in Orlando (2006)
TD Waterhouse Centre (1999–2006)
Orlando Arena (1989–2010)
1989–2010 17,248 1989
Washington Wizards
Washington Bullets
Capital Bullets
Baltimore Bullets
Chicago Zephyrs
Chicago Packers
Verizon Center
MCI Center (1997–2006)
1997–present 20,173 1997 Washington, D.C.
US Airways Arena
Capital Centre (1973–1993, 1997–2002)
1973–1997 18,756 1973 Landover, MD
Baltimore Civic Center
Mariner Arena (2003–present)
Baltimore Arena (1986–2003)
1963–1973 11,271 1962 Baltimore, MD
Chicago Coliseum 1962–1963 7,000 1899 Chicago, IL
International Amphitheatre 1961–1962 9,000 1934
Central Division
Team[1] Arena Years Used Capacity Opened City Ref.
Chicago Bulls United Center 1994–present 20,917 (formerly 21,711) 1994 Chicago, IL
Chicago Stadium 1967–1994 17,317 1929
International Amphitheatre 1966–1967 9,000 1934
Cleveland Cavaliers Quicken Loans Arena
Gund Arena (1994–2006)
1994–present 20,562 1994 Cleveland, OH
Coliseum at Richfield 1974–1994 20,273 1974 Richfield, OH
Cleveland Arena 1970–1974 10,000 1937 Cleveland, OH
Detroit Pistons
Fort Wayne (Zollner) Pistons
The Palace of Auburn Hills 1988–present 22,076 1988 Auburn Hills, MI
Joe Louis Arena 1985 (15 games) 21,800 1979 Detroit, MI
Pontiac Silverdome
Pontiac Metropolitan Stadium (1975)
1978–1988 80,311 1975 Pontiac, MI
Cobo Arena 1961–1978 12,191 1960 Detroit, MI
Detroit Olympia 1957–1961 15,000 1927
War Memorial Coliseum 1952–1957 13,000 1952 Fort Wayne, IN
North Side High School Gym 1948–1952 3,000 1927
Indiana Pacers Conseco Fieldhouse 1999–present 18,345 1999 Indianapolis, IN
Market Square Arena 1974–1999 16,530 1974
Indiana State Fair Coliseum
Pepsi Coliseum
1967–1974 10,000 1939
Milwaukee Bucks Milwaukee Bucks Arena 2018 (proposed) 17,000 2018 Milwaukee, WI
Bradley Center 1988–present 18,717 1988
MECCA Arena (1974–1995)
U.S. Cellular Arena (2000–present)
Wisconsin Center Arena (1998–2000)
Milwaukee Arena (1968–1974, 1995–1998)
1968–1988 10,783 1950

Western Conference

Western Conference
Southwest Division
Team[1] Arena Years Used Capacity Opened City Ref.
Dallas Mavericks American Airlines Center 2001–present 19,200 2001 Dallas, TX
Reunion Arena 1980–2001 17,293 1980
Houston Rockets
San Diego Rockets
Toyota Center 2003–present 18,370 2003 Houston, TX
The Summit
Compaq Center (1998–2003)
Lakewood Church Central Campus (2003–present)
1975–2003 16,285 1975
Hofheinz Pavilion 1971–1975 10,000 1969
Astrodome
Reliant Astrodome (2000–present)
1971–1975
(selected games)
44,500 1965
San Diego Sports Arena
iPayOne Center (2005–2007)
1967–1971 14,500 1966 San Diego, CA
Memphis Grizzlies
Vancouver Grizzlies
FedExForum 2004–present 18,165 2004 Memphis, TN
Pyramid Arena 2001–2004 21,000 1991
General Motors Place
Rogers Arena (2010-present)
1995–2001 19,193 1995 Vancouver, BC
New Orleans Hornets
New Orleans/Oklahoma City Hornets
Charlotte Hornets
New Orleans Arena 2002–present
(2005–2007 partial schedule)
18,500 1999 New Orleans, LA
Ford Center
Chesapeake Energy Arena (2011-present)
2005–2007 (bulk of schedule) 19,599 2002 Oklahoma City, OK
Charlotte Coliseum 1988–2002 24,042 1988 Charlotte, NC
San Antonio Spurs
Texas Chaparrals
Dallas Chaparrals
AT&T Center
SBC Center (2002–2006)
2002–present 18,797 2002 San Antonio, TX
Alamodome 1993–2002 36,500 1993
HemisFair Arena 1973–1993 16,000 1968
Moody Coliseum 1967–1973 8,998 1956 University Park, TX
Dallas Memorial Auditorium (1957–1975) 1967–1973 9,815 1957 Dallas, TX
Northwest Division
Team[1] Arena Years Used Capacity Opened City Ref.
Denver Nuggets
Denver Rockets
Pepsi Center 1999–present 19,309 1999 Denver, CO [28]
McNichols Sports Arena 1975–1999 17,171 1975
Denver Arena Auditorium 1967–1975 6,841 1908
Denver Coliseum 1967–1970
(partial schedule)
9,000 1950
Minnesota Timberwolves Target Center 1990–present 20,500 1990 Minneapolis, MN
Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome 1989–1990 50,000 1982
Oklahoma City Thunder
Seattle SuperSonics
Chesapeake Energy Arena
Oklahoma City Arena (2010–2011)
Ford Center (2002–2010)
2008–present 18,203 2002 Oklahoma City, OK
KeyArena at Seattle Center
Seattle Center Coliseum (1962–1994)
1995–2007
1985–1994
1967–1978
17,072 1994
1962
Seattle, WA
Tacoma Dome 1994–1995 8,500 1983 Tacoma, WA
Kingdome 1978–1985 59,166 1976 Seattle, WA
Portland Trail Blazers Rose Garden 1995–present 19,980 1995 Portland, OR [29]
Memorial Coliseum 1970–1995 12,888 1960
Utah Jazz
New Orleans Jazz
EnergySolutions Arena
Delta Center (1991–2006, however it was Salt Lake Ice Center during the 2002 Winter Olympics)
1991–present 19,991 1991 Salt Lake City, UT [30][31]
Salt Palace 1979–1991 12,000 1969
Louisiana Superdome 1975–1979 55,675 1975 New Orleans, LA
Loyola Field House 1974–1975
(partial schedule)
6,500 1950
Municipal Auditorium 1974–1975 7,853 1934
Pacific Division
Team[1] Arena Years Used Capacity Opened City Ref.
Golden State Warriors
San Francisco Warriors
Philadelphia Warriors
San Francisco Arena 2018 17,500 2018 San Francisco, California
Oracle Arena
Oakland Arena (2005–2006)
The Arena in Oakland (1997–2004)
Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Arena (1966–1996)
1997–present
1971–1996
1966–1967
19,596 1966 Oakland, CA [32]
San Jose Arena
Compaq Center at San Jose (2001–2002)
HP Pavilion at San Jose (2002–present)
1996–1997 18,500 1993 San Jose, CA [33][34]
USF War Memorial Gymnasium 1964–1966 5,300 1958 San Francisco, CA
San Francisco Civic Auditorium
Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
1964–1967 7,000 1915
Cow Palace 1966–1971
1962–1964
12,953 1941 Daly City, CA [35]
Municipal Auditorium 1952–1963
(partial schedule 1952–1957)
12,000 1930 Philadelphia, PA [27]
Philadelphia Arena 1946–1962 (partial schedule 1952–1957) 7,000 1920
Los Angeles Clippers
San Diego Clippers
Buffalo Braves
Staples Center 1999–present 19,060 1999 Los Angeles, CA [36]
Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena 1985–1999 16,161 1959 [37]
San Diego Sports Arena
iPayOne Center (2005–2007)
1978–1985 14,500 1966 San Diego, CA
Maple Leaf Gardens 1971–1975
(16 home games)
15,000 1931 Toronto, ONT
Buffalo Memorial Auditorium 1970–1978 15,280 1940 Buffalo, NY
Los Angeles Lakers
Minneapolis Lakers
Detroit Gems
Staples Center 1999–present 18,997 1999 Los Angeles, CA [36]
The Forum
Great Western Forum (1988–2003)
1967–1999 17,505 1967 Inglewood, CA [38]
Long Beach Arena 1967
(when locked out of Sports Arena)
13,609 1962 Long Beach, CA [39]
Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena 1960–1967 16,161 1959 Los Angeles, CA [37]
Minneapolis Armory 1959–1960
(partial schedule)
10,000 1936 Minneapolis, MN
Minneapolis Auditorium 1947–1959 10,000 1927
Unknown 1946 Unknown Unknown Detroit, MI
Phoenix Suns US Airways Center
America West Arena (1992–2006)
1992–present 18,422 1992 Phoenix, AZ
Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum 1968–1992 14,870 1965
Sacramento Kings
Kansas City Kings
Kansas City-Omaha Kings
Cincinnati Royals
Rochester Royals
Golden 1 Center 2016 17, 500 2016 Sacramento, CA
Sleep Train Arena
ARCO Arena (II) (1988-2011)
1988–present 17,317 1988 [40]
ARCO Arena (I)
Sacramento Sports Arena
1985–1988 10,333 1985
Kemper Arena 1974–1985 19,500 1974 Kansas City, MO
Omaha Civic Auditorium 1972–1978
(partial schedule)
9,300 1954 Omaha, NE
Municipal Auditorium 1972–1974 9,287 1936 Kansas City, MO
Cincinnati Gardens 1957–1972 11,000 1949 Cincinnati, OH
Rochester Community War Memorial 1955–1957 12,428 1955 Rochester, NY
Edgerton Park Arena 1945–1955 4,200 Unknown

Future arenas

Arena Location Team Current Arena Projected opening Capacity
San Francisco Arena Third Street & South Street
San Francisco, California
Golden State Warriors Oracle Arena
(Oakland, CA)
(built 1966)
2017 17,500
Golden 1 Center 547 L Street
Sacramento, California
Sacramento Kings Sleep Train Arena
(built 1988)
2016 18,500
Milwaukee Bucks Arena N. Fourth Street & W. Highland Ave.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Milwaukee Bucks BMO Harris Bradley Center
(built 1988)
2018 17,000


Defunct teams

Team

[1]

Arena Years Used Capacity Opened City Ref.
Anderson Packers
(1946–1950; 1949–1950 in NBA)
The Wigwam 1949–1950 8,996 1925 Anderson, Indiana [41][42][43]
Baltimore Bullets
(1944–1954)
Baltimore Coliseum 1944–1954 4,500 1930 Baltimore, Maryland
Chicago Stags
(1946–1950)
Chicago Stadium 1946–1950 17,317 1929 Chicago, Illinois]
Cleveland Rebels
(1946–1947)
Cleveland Arena 1946–1947 10,000 1937 Cleveland, Ohio
Denver Nuggets
(1948–1950)
Auditorium Arena 1948–1950 12,000 1908 Denver, Colorado
Detroit Falcons
(1946–1947)
Detroit Olympia 1946–1947 Unknown Unknown Detroit, Michigan] [44][45]
Indianapolis Jets
Indianapolis Kautskys
(1948–1949)
Hinkle Fieldhouse 1948–1949 15,000 1928 Indianapolis, Indiana
Indianapolis Olympians
(1949–1953)
Hinkle Fieldhouse 1949–1953 15,000 1928 Indianapolis, Indiana
Pittsburgh Ironmen
(1946–1947)
Duquesne Gardens 1946–1947 6,500 1890 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Providence Steamrollers
(1946–1949)
Rhode Island Auditorium 1946–1949 5,300 1926 Providence, Rhode Island
Sheboygan Redskins
Enzo Jels
(1938–1951)
Sheboygan Municipal Auditorium and Armory 1942–1951 3,500 1942 Sheboygan, Wisconsin
Eagle Auditorium 1938–1942 1,200 Unknown
St. Louis Bombers
(1946–1950)
St. Louis Arena
The Checkerdome (1977–1983)
1946–1950 15,000 1929 St. Louis, Missouri
Toronto Huskies
(1946–1947)
Maple Leaf Gardens 1946–1947 15,000 1931 Toronto, Ontario
Washington Capitols
(1946–1951)
Uline Arena
Washington Coliseum (1959–present)
1946–1951 7,000 1941 Washington, D.C.
Waterloo Hawks
(1948–1951)
McElroy Auditorium 1948–1951 5,155 1936 Waterloo, Iowa

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