NBA arenas & facilities being used for 2020 election

From NBA.com Staff

Sep 3, 2020 1:40 PM ET

Across the United States, arenas and stadiums are being used as polling and voting centers for the November 2020 election. Here's a look at how each team in the NBA is using their arena, practice facility or other venue to fulfill this need for the election.

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FacilityTeamPurpose
State Farm ArenaAtlanta HawksVoting precinct
Barclays CenterBrooklyn NetsPolling site
Spectrum Center, FieldhouseCharlotte HornetsEarly voting site
Rocket Mortgage FieldHouseCleveland CavaliersPolling location
American Airlines Center, Comerica CenterDallas MavericksPolling location
Henry Ford Performance Center*Detroit PistonsVoting center
Toyota CenterHouston RocketsVoting center
Kaiser Permanente Arena*, Oakland Facility, Chase CenterGolden State WarriorsPolling site/voting ballot drop location
Bankers Life FieldhouseIndiana PacersVoting center
The ForumLA ClippersVoting center
Staples CenterLos Angeles LakersVoting center
Madison Square GardenNew York KnicksEarly voting/election day polling site
Chesapeake ArenaOklahoma City ThunderVoter registration center (through Oct. 9)
Amway CenterOrlando MagicEarly voting site
Wells Fargo CenterPhiladelphia 76ersGeneral election activities
Veterans Memorial ColiseumPhoenix SunsVoting center/early voting ballot drop location
Golden 1 CenterSacramento KingsVoting center
AT&T CenterSan Antonio SpursVoting center
Vivint ArenaUtah JazzPolling center
Capital One ArenaWashington WizardsPolling place
* = Practice and/or G League facility

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