Eastern Conference National Basketball Association Arenas

Updated August 28, 2020 | Infoplease Staff
    Location Built Capacity
Atlanta Hawks Philips Arena Atlanta, Ga. 1999 19,445
Boston Celtics FleetCenter Boston, Mass. 1995 18,624
Charlotte Bobcats .Charlotte Coliseum Charlotte, N.C. 1988 19,925
Chicago Bulls United Center Chicago, Ill. 1994 21,711
Cleveland Cavaliers Gund Arena Cleveland, Ohio 1994 20,562
Detroit Pistons The Palace of Auburn Hills Auburn Hills, Mich. 1988 22,076
Indiana Pacers Conseco Fieldhouse Indianapolis, Ind. 1999 18,345
Miami Heat AmericanAirlines Arena Miami, Fla. 1999 16,500
Milwaukee Bucks Bradley Center Milwaukee, Wisc. 1988 18,717
New Jersey Nets Continental Airlines Arena E. Rutherford, N.J. 1981 20,049
New York Knicks Madison Square Garden New York, N.Y. 1968 19,763
Orlando Magic TD Waterhouse Centre Orlando, Fla. 1989 17,248
Philadelphia 76ers First Union Center Philadelphia, Penn. 1996 20,444
Toronto Raptors Air Canada Centre Toronto, Ont. 1999 19,800
Washington Wizards MCI Center Washington, D.C. 1997 20,674
Note: The expansion Charlotte Bobcats will play the 2004-05 NBA season at the Charlotte Coliseum before moving to the new Charlotte Arena in late 2005.


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