What is the largest NBA stadium?

The NBA’s largest stadium is the Vivint Smart Home Arena, home of the Utah Jazz. This arena has a capacity of 19,911 fans and also hosts concerts and family events. The second-largest stadium in the league is Madison Square Garden with a capacity of 18,006 seats. These two arenas are followed by Staples Center (17,160), American Airlines Center (16,744), Oracle Arena (16,620) and TD Garden (14,740). Newer buildings such as Chase Field have been built with the intention to host both MLB games and NBA games simultaneously.

Vivint Smart Home Arena home of the Utah Jazz since 1991 and it is located in Salt Lake City, Utah. It is the home of the Utah Jazz, of the National Basketball Association (NBA), and is part of what is considered to be one of the premier sports venues in American professional sports. It seats 19,911 for basketball games and can accommodate up to 18,508 for concert events.

Vivint Smart Home Arena was originally known as the Delta Center, under a naming right purchased by local telecommunications company Utah Communications System; and presently is named for “Sprint Nextel Corporation,” which purchased the naming rights in September 2006.

This arena has also been home to the figure skating and short track speed skating competitions of the 2002 Winter Olympics. The venue re-opened on October 10, 2008, after a major renovation that nearly tore it down to its foundation and completely rebuilt it inside.

What is the biggest NBA stadium?

The biggest NBA stadium is the United Center in Chicago, Illinois. It has a total capacity of 23,500 seats and was originally built in 1994. The stadium is home to the Chicago Bulls and the Chicago Blackhawks.

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