AT&T Center – San Antonio Spurs

AT&T Center – San Antonio Spurs

In 1973, the squad formerly known as the ABA’s Dallas Chaparrals moved 286 miles south to the Alamo City and became the San Antonio Spurs. In the 40-plus years since then, the Spurs have moved their home court three times, cultivated a rabid, die-hard fan base, and rewarded said fans with five NBA Championships.

TD Garden – Boston Celtics

TD Garden – Boston Celtics

Overshadowed by the history and nostalgia of its predecessor, the original Boston Garden, and by the flash and size of new venues across the league, the TD Garden is largely viewed as a middle of the pack venue. However, with its devoted fanbase, excellent location, and improved amenities, the Garden has become a first-rate venue in its own right. Having hosted an NBA championship, multiple NBA finals, and NCAA tournament games, the “Gahden” is building its own legacy as a top basketball venue.

Smoothie King Center – New Orleans Pelicans

Smoothie King Center – New Orleans Pelicans

Smoothie King Center is a utilitarian arena. There is not much in the way of a theme to the architecture. The arena has memorabilia throughout the arena with all the usual things that you find in an NBA arena such as an NBA 2k station / game area, loads of bathrooms, concessions stands, sign making stands, and season ticket holder sign up stands.