NBA Team Map

A map of all 30 NBA teams across the Eastern and Western conference.
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Boston Celtics
Boston Massachusetts
TD Garden

Brooklyn Nets
Brooklyn, New York
Barclays Center

New York Knicks
New York, New York
Madison Square Garden

Philadelphia 76ers
Philadelphia 76ers
Wells Fargo Center

Toronto Raptors
Toronto Ontario
Scotiabank Arena

Chicago Bulls
Chicago, Illinois
United Center

Cleveland Cavaliers
Cleveland, Ohio
Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse

Detroit Pistons
Detroit, Michigan
Little Caesars Arena

Indiana Pacers
Indianapolis, Indiana
Bankers Life Fieldhouse

Milwaukee Bucks
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Fiserv Forum

Atlanta Hawks
Atlanta, Georgia
State Farm Arena

Charlotte Hornets
Charlotte, North Carolina
Spectrum Center

Miami Heat
Miami, Florida
FTX Arena

Orlando Magic
Orlando, Florida
Amway Center

Washington Wizards
Washington D.C.
Capital One Arena

Denver Nuggets
Denver, Colorado
Ball Arena

Minnesota Timberwolves
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Target Center

Oklahoma City Thunder
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Paycom Center

Portland Trailblazers
Portland, Oregon
Moda Center

Utah Jazz
Salt Lake City, Utah
Vivint Smart Home Arena

Golden State Warriors
San Francisco, California
Chase Center

Los Angeles Clippers
Los Angeles, California
Staples Center

Los Angeles Lakers
Los Angeles, California
Staples Center

Phoenix Suns
Phoenix, Arizona
Footprint Center

Sacramento Kings
Sacramento, California
Golden 1 Center

Dallas Mavericks
Dallas, Texas
American Airlines Center

Houston Rockets
Houston, Texas
Toyota Center

Memphis Grizzlies
Memphis, Tennessee
FedExForum

New Orleans Pelicans
New Orleans, Louisiana
Smoothie King Center

San Antonio Spurs
San Antonio, Texas
AT&T Center

About The NBA

The National Basketball Association (NBA) is a professional basketball league in North America. The league is composed of 30 teams, 29 in the United States and 1 in Canada. The hometowns of these 30 teams are located across 22 states and one province.

Basketball is one of the four major North American professional sports leagues, and the NBA is the world's premier men's professional basketball league.

Recent Expansion Teams

The most recent expansion team in the NBA was the Charlotte Hornets, which joined the league in 2004. Prior to that, the last NBA expansion team was the Toronto Raptors, which joined the league in 1995. As of 2020, there have been no further expansions or relocations of NBA teams.

Cities That Used To Have NBA Teams

There have been a number of NBA cities that have lost teams over the years. Some of these cities include Cincinnati, Kansas City, Louisville, and Virginia. In most cases, the teams that left these cities were relocated to larger markets. However, in some cases, the teams simply ceased to exist. For example, the Cincinnati Royals became the Sacramento Kings in 1985. The Kansas CityKings became the Sacramento Kings in 1985. The Louisville Cardinals became the Charlotte Hornets in 1988. The Virginia Squires became the San Diego Clippers in 1978. While these cities no longer have NBA teams, they still hold a place in basketball history.