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Top 10 Basketball Stadium in The World

NBA games are all about big stars, flashy handles, and gravity-defying dunks. But when it comes to the fan experience, a great venue can make all the difference, which is why Podium — a startup that helps local businesses manage customer reviews — has used data from Google reviews to identify the best NBA arenas as of the beginning of last season.

Podium consolidated review data for all 10 NBA arenas through its platform to produce the following rankings:

10. Pepsi Center — Denver Nuggets

pepsi center denver nuggets

Overall star rating: 4.6

Total number of reviews: 9,774

One thing to know: Fans love how easy it is to get to the Pepsi Center by car or by public transit. Fans love coming out for Denver Nuggets and Colorado Avalanche games as there isn’t a bad seat in the house and the arena boasts a number of high-end concessions from award-winning chefs.

9. Amway Center — Orlando Magic

Amway Center Court

Overall star rating: 4.6

Total number of reviews: 10,439

One thing to know: Even though the Orlando Magic have not been among the top teams in the NBA in quite some time, fans love the Amway Center. The state-of-the-art arena — which is located in the heart of downtown — features tons of restaurants and luxury suites, an area where children can play, and one of the largest HD scoreboards in the league. No wonder it was last year’s top-rated NBA arena.

8. TD Garden — Boston Celtics

TD Garden

Overall star rating: 4.6

Total number of reviews: 11,301

One thing to know: Steeped in tradition as the home of the Boston Celtics and Boston Bruins, TD Garden has had 33 official names over its 28-year history. The Beantown venue was built in 1995 to replace the iconic Boston Garden.

7. Little Caesars Arena — Detroit Pistons

Little Caesars Arena Detroit Pistons

Overall star rating: 4.6

Total number of reviews: 14,320

One thing to know: The second-largest venue in the league, Little Caesars Arena opened in midtown Detroit in 2017 and is home to both the Pistons and the Red Wings. The building’s unique design connects the arena itself with restaurants, stores, and the box office via glass “streets” built into the roof. Fans love to grab a drink at the outdoor beer garden off of the Budweiser Lounge.

6. United Center — Chicago Bulls

United Center Chicago Bulls

Overall star rating: 4.6

Total number of reviews: 15,259

One thing to know: The Chicago Bulls have a ton of history wrapped up in the United Center’s 24-year tenure. It has played host to three NBA Finals, all of which were won by Michael Jordan-led Bulls teams. You can find a statue of Jordan outside of the arena’s main entrance and a brand new 8,660 square-foot video board hanging above the court.

5. Fiserv Forum — Milwaukee Bucks

fiserv forum

Overall star rating: 4.7

Total number of reviews: 3,788

One thing to know: The brand new Fiserv Forum has only hosted NBA for one season, but those who have visited the Milwaukee Bucks’ new home are enamored of the arena’s open-air public areas, multiple social clubs, and creative vendors.

4. Bankers Life Fieldhouse — Indiana Pacers

Bankers Life Fieldhouse

Overall star rating: 4.7

Total number of reviews: 7,139

One thing to know: Modern amenities meet old-school feel at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, home of the Indiana Pacers and Fever. The arena is located in downtown Indianapolis near plenty of bars, restaurants, and hotels. Reviewers say that there isn’t a bad seat in the house, and an upcoming $360 million renovation will only improve its standing among fans.

3. American Airlines Arena — Miami Heat

AmericanAirlines Arena

Overall star rating: 4.7

Total number of reviews: 11,591

One thing to know: Not to be confused with the Dallas Mavericks’ American Airlines Center, American Airlines Arena hosts Miami Heat home games in the Sunshine State. In addition to an underwater-inspired scoreboard and red and orange seating, the venue also features a night club where fans can party after Heat victories.

2. Staples Center — Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers

Staples Center

Overall star rating: 4.7

Total number of reviews: 19,392

Located in downtown Los Angeles, the Staples Center is home to four different teams: the Lakers, the Clippers, the Kings, and the Sparks. In addition to games, the arena hosts the X Games and the Grammys each year.

1. Madison Square Garden — New York Knicks

Madison Square Garden

Overall star rating: 4.7

Total number of reviews: 21,141

One thing to know: Madison Square Garden is one of the most famous arenas in all of sports, so it may be worth suffering through a New York Knicks game just to enjoy the atmosphere of the building. You’ll find megafan Spike Lee courtside at any home game.

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