There’s electricity buzzing in the air when the NBA’s finest teams hit the court. From east to west, countless fans are glued to the edge of their seats watching their favorite stars charge up and down the court looking for a chance to blaze through the opposing defense to sink buckets from the three-point line and slam the hardest dunks in professional basketball. It’s the kind of sports action that has turned seasoned pros and fresh rookies into legends and has kept the NBA as one of the country’s biggest sports organizations.
Tickets to your favorite team’s next home games are going on sale. The biggest and proudest fans are already lining up to book the best seats in the house. True basketball fans want to be there for every single point, every single steal, and every dramatic too-hot-for-TV moment of the action.
We make it easy to keep tabs on important game days at all parts of the season. You’ll know when basketball’s finest are playing at the best arenas in town. You and your friends, family, and loved ones can watch intense basketball at its finest. You’ll never miss out on a highlights reel moment. You’ll be there for the unstoppable energy and excitement that is the NBA.
Friday - 07:00 pm - Amway Center - Orlando, FL
Friday - 07:00 pm - FedExForum - Memphis, TN
Friday - 07:00 pm - Footprint Center - Phoenix, AZ
Friday - 07:00 pm - Moda Center at the Rose Quarter - Portland, OR
Friday - 07:00 pm - Paycom Center - Oklahoma City, OK
Friday - 07:00 pm - Wells Fargo Center - PA - Philadelphia, PA
Friday - 07:00 pm - Spectrum Center - Charlotte, NC
Friday - 07:00 pm - Ball Arena - Denver, CO
Friday - 07:30 pm - Barclays Center - Brooklyn, NY
Friday - 07:30 pm - Frost Bank Center - San Antonio, TX
Friday - 07:30 pm - TD Garden - Boston, MA
Friday - 08:00 pm - Kaseya Center - Miami, FL
Friday - 08:00 pm - Delta Center - Salt Lake City, UT
Saturday - 05:30 pm - T-Mobile Arena - Las Vegas, NV
Monday - 07:00 pm - FedExForum - Memphis, TN
Monday - 07:00 pm - Fiserv Forum - Milwaukee, WI
Monday - 07:00 pm - Golden 1 Center - Sacramento, CA
Monday - 07:00 pm - Spectrum Center - Charlotte, NC
Monday - 07:00 pm - Amway Center - Orlando, FL
Monday - 07:00 pm - Wells Fargo Center - PA - Philadelphia, PA
Monday - 07:00 pm - Smoothie King Center - New Orleans, LA
Monday - 07:00 pm - Little Caesars Arena - Detroit, MI
Monday - 07:00 pm - Paycom Center - Oklahoma City, OK
Monday - 07:00 pm - Toyota Center - TX - Houston, TX
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When the NBA was founded in 1946, no one could have predicted how important it would become. The NBA has seen the rise of legendary players like Shaquille O’Neal, Lebron James, Wilt Chamberlain, Larry Bird, and the GOAT himself, Michael Jordan. These legends came from a long tradition of basketball that only grows stronger, better, and more intense with every generation. It has turned from an ordinary sport into one of the most magical experiences around. Some even consider basketball’s finest to be an exact science grown from intense training and astounding resolve.
Make no mistake. Basketball science is always improving. New training methods with a new generation of players are bringing in rosters that come closer to the NBA’s most glorious days. More and more, the NBA Hall of Fame is full of players with increasingly incredible feats to their names. High scorers, unstoppable offenses, impervious defenses, and record-setting feats that have earned trophies, awards, and the praise of even the sternest sports critics around.
Today’s NBA stars are some of the finest we’ve ever had. With style, skill, and an impossible allure that keeps fans coming back for more. No matter what team you love, there’s bound to be at least a handful of star players that you have to watch. When these stars go head to head the results are always explosive. There are few games that don’t feel like they’re coming down to the wire from east to west and every point in between.
There’s a reason why basketball is one of the world’s most popular sports. With the NBA’s stars having fans far outside of the US. In fact, the NBA has more international players in the past 10 years than it has ever before. Which means the NBA is influenced by more than just one country alone and fans get to see the biggest and the best from all over the world. That’s why now’s the time to order your tickets for the NBA’s next big games.