Which NBA arenas will allow fans during the 2020-21 season?

Things look a little different throughout NBA arenas in the 2020-21 season.

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, attendance will be limited in cases where fans are permitted to attend games. All 30 NBA teams have worked with their respective local health officials to develop health and safety protocols for the upcoming season.

As of now, 21 teams are permitting limited attendance of ticketed fans in their respective arenas.

Below, find a guide to which arenas are currently allowing ticketed fans during the 2020-21 NBA season unless otherwise noted with the date that fans are slated to be permitted.

Which NBA arenas are permitting ticketed fans during the 2020-21 season?

Team City Venue Fans Capacity
Atlanta Hawks Atlanta, GA State Farm Arena Yes 1,700 (10%)
Boston Celtics Boston, MA TD Garden Yes 2,200 (12%)
Brooklyn Nets Brooklyn, NY Barclays Center Yes 1,800 (10%)
Charlotte Hornets Charlotte, NC Spectrum Center Yes 5,000 (25%)
Chicago Bulls Chicago, IL United Center No
Cleveland Cavaliers Cleveland, OH Rocket Morgage FieldHouse Yes 1,944 (10%)
Dallas Mavericks Dallas, TX American Airlines Center Yes 1,500 (7.8%)
Denver Nuggets Denver, CO Ball Arena Yes 4,050 (22%)
Detroit Pistons Detroit, MI Little Caesars Arena Yes 750 (4%)
Golden State Warriors San Francisco, CA Chase Center No
Houston Rockets Houston, TX Toyota Center Yes 4,500 (25%)
Indiana Pacers Indianapolis, IN Bankers Life Fieldhouse Yes 1,000 (6%)
LA Clippers Los Angeles, CA Staples Center No
Los Angeles Lakers Los Angeles, CA Staples Center No
Memphis Grizzlies Memphis, TN FedEx Forum Yes Limited (Courtside)
Miami Heat Miami, FL AmericanAirlines Arena Yes <2,000 (<10%)
Milwaukee Bucks Milwaukee, WI Fiserv Forum Yes 1,800 (10%)
Minnesota Timberwolves Minneapolis, MN Target Center No
New Orleans Pelicans New Orleans, LA Smoothie King Center Yes 2,700 (16%)
New York Knicks New York, NY Madison Square Garden

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2,000 (<10%)
Oklahoma City Thunder Oklahoma City, OK Chesapeake Energy Arena No
Orlando Magic Orlando, FL Amway Center Yes 4,000 (21.2%)
Philadelphia 76ers Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo Center Yes 3,000 (15%)
Phoenix Suns Phoenix, AZ Phoenix Suns Arena Yes 1,500 (8.1%)
Portland Trail Blazers Portland, OR Moda Center No
Sacramento Kings Sacramento, CA Golden1 Center No
San Antonio Spurs San Antonio, TX AT&T Center Yes 3,200 (17.4%)
Toronto Raptors Tampa, FL Amalie Arena Yes 3,500 (17.1%)
Utah Jazz Salt Lake City, UT Vivint Arena Yes 3,900 (21.3%)
Washington Wizards Washington, D.C. Capital One Arena No

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