Western Conference National Basketball Association Arenas

Updated August 28, 2020 | Infoplease Staff
    Location Built Capacity
Dallas Mavericks American Airlines Center Dallas, Texas 2001 19,200
Denver Nuggets Pepsi Center Denver, Colo. 1999 19,099
Golden State Warriors The Arena in Oakland Oakland, Calif. 1997 19,596
Houston Rockets Toyota Center Houston, Texas 1975 18,300
Los Angeles Clippers Staples Center Los Angeles, Calif. 1999 18,694
Los Angeles Lakers Staples Center Los Angeles, Calif. 1999 18,997
Memphis Grizzlies FedExForum Memphis, Tenn. 1990 18,400
Minnesota Timberwolves Target Center Minneapolis, Minn. 1990 19,006
New Orleans Hornets New Orleans Arena New Orleans, La. 1999 18,500
Phoenix Suns America West Arena Phoenix, Ariz. 1992 19,023
Portland Trail Blazers Rose Garden Portland, Ore. 1995 19,980
Sacramento Kings ARCO Arena Sacramento, Calif. 1988 17,317
San Antonio Spurs SBC Center San Antonio, Texas 2002 18,500
Seattle SuperSonics KeyArena at Seattle Center Seattle, Wash. 1962 17,072
Utah Jazz Delta Center Salt Lake City, Utah 1991 19,911
Notes: Seattle's KeyArena was originally the Seattle Center Coliseum before being rebuilt in 1995; The Staples Center has different listed capacities for Clippers games and Lakers games because of different floor seating arrangements.


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