The NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION (NBA) provides fans with an exciting professional sport during the winter months. Even if you are not a NBA fan, attending a game can be entertaining and fun for all. If you are a diehard NBA fan its possible to see several teams play in one week if you plan your trip right. Here you will find all the information you need to plan a trip to see a NBA game. Use the links to the right or the map below to explore any arena and city you would like to visit.
Atlanta Hawks: Philips Arena
Boston Celtics: TD Banknorth Garden
Charlotte Bobcats: Time Warner Cable Arena
Chicago Bulls: United Center
Cleveland Cavaliers: Quicken Loans Arena
Detroit Pistons: Palace at Auburn Hills
Indiana Pacers: Conseco Fieldhouse
Miami Heat: American Airlines Arena
Milwaukee Bucks: Bradley Center
New Jersey Nets: Prudential Center
New York Knicks: Madison Square Garden
Orlando Magic: Amway Center
Philadelphia 76ers: Wells Fargo Center
Toronto Raptors: Air Canada Center

Washington Wizards: Verizon Center
Dallas Mavericks: American Airlines Center
Denver Nuggets: Pepsi Center
Houston Rockets: Toyota Center
Golden State Warriors: Oracle Arena
Los Angeles Lakers/Clippers: Staples Center
Memphis Grizzlies: FedEx Forum
Minnesota Timberwolves: Bradley Center
New Orleans Hornets: New Orleans Arena
Oklahoma City Thunder: Chesapeake Energy Arena
Phoenix Suns: US Airways Center
Portland Trailblazers: Rose Garden
Sacramento Kings: Arco Arena
San Antonio Spurs: AT&T Center
Utah Jazz: Energy Solutions Arena
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