NBA Hosting Arenas 2019 Seating Capacity and Division

Posted on March 13, 2019, 3:08 pm
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NBA which is the men’s professional basketball competition originated in America. NBA which was known as BAA at the beginning when it started the journey in 1946. The name was changed to National Basketball Association or NBA in 3rd August 1949. Earlier, they started the competition with just 11 franchise teams. Later, it was expanded a couple of times and at present, the total franchise teams are 30. Among them, 29 teams are from USA and 1 team is from Canada. The teams are divided into two different Conferences as well as six different Divisions. Today we would like to talk about NBA Hosting Arenas 2018/19 & seat capacity. Let’s take a look below the details of the hosting grounds.

NBA Hosting Arenas 2018 19 Ordered by Seating Capacity & DivisionNBA Hosting Arenas 2018/19

S/N. Team Conference Home Ground Cap Division
1. Boston Celtics Eastern TD Garden 18,624 Atlantic
2. Brooklyn Nets Eastern Barclays Center 17,732 Atlantic
3. New York Knicks Eastern Madison Square Garden 19,812 Atlantic
4. Philadelphia 76ers Eastern Wells Fargo Center 21,600 Atlantic
5. Toronto Raptors Eastern Scotiabank Arena 19,800 Atlantic
6. Chicago Bulls Eastern United Center 20,917 Central
7. Cleveland Cavaliers Eastern Quicken Loans Arena 20,562 Central
8. Detroit Pistons Eastern Little Caesars Arena 20,491 Central
9. Indiana Pacers Eastern Bankers Life Fieldhouse 17,923 Central
10. Milwaukee Bucks Eastern Fiserv Forum 18,717 Central
11. Atlanta Hawks Eastern State Farm Arena 15,711 Southeast
12. Charlotte Hornets Eastern Spectrum Center 19,077 Southeast
13. Miami Heat Eastern American Airlines Arena 19,600 Southeast
14. Orlando Magic Eastern Amway Center 18,846 Southeast
15. Washington Wizards Eastern Capital One Arena 20,356 Southeast
16. Denver Nuggets Western Pepsi Center 19,520 Northwest
17. Minnesota Timberwolves Western Target Center 19,356 Northwest
18. Oklahoma City Thunder Western Chesapeake Energy Arena 18,203 Northwest
19. Portland Trail Blazers Western Moda Center 19,441 Northwest
20. Utah Jazz Western Vivint Smart Home Arena 19,911 Northwest
21. Golden State Warriors Western Oracle Arena 19,596 Pacific
22. Los Angeles Clippers Western Staples Center 19,060 Pacific
23. Los Angeles Lakers Western Staples Center 18,997 Pacific
24. Phoenix Suns Western Talking Stick Resort Arena 18,055 Pacific
25. Sacramento Kings Western Golden 1 Center 17,500 Pacific
26. Dallas Mavericks Western American Airlines Center 19,200 Southwest
27. Houston Rockets Western Toyota Center 18,055 Southwest
28. Memphis Grizzlies Western FedExForum 18,119 Southwest
29. New Orleans Pelicans Western Smoothie King Center 16,867 Southwest
30. San Antonio Spurs Western AT&T Center 18,418 Southwest

According to the above-listed statistics, we can clearly see the hosting ground details along with the seating capacity, Conferences and Divisions. It seems that Philadelphia 76ers which is from Eastern Conference and Atlantic Division has got the largest venue considering the seating capacity. Their home venue is Wells Fargo Center.

Philadelphia 76ers represents Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in the NBA competition and their home venue is located in the same city. Earlier, the ground was known as CoreStates Center or First Union Center or Wachovia Center.

NBA Hosting Arenas 2018 19It is a multi-purpose arena which was founded 13th August 1996. The building cost was US$210 million. The seating capacity of the ground is 21,600 for any basketball competition. The ground also hosts Hockey, Pro Wrestling, Arena Football, and Concerts.

Considering the seating capacity Chicago Bulls, Cleveland Cavaliers and Washington Wizards can be selected as the 2nd position. Their hosting grounds have more than 20,000 seat capacity as we know.

The home ground of Chicago Bulls is United Center, home venue of Cleveland Cavaliers is Quicken Loans Arena and the home venue of Washington Wizards is Capital One Arena. However, there are two franchise teams that shares the same home venue and the teams are Los Angeles Clippers and Los Angeles Lakers. Their home venue is Staples Center.

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