Basketball courts come in different sizes based on the level and type of basketball being played. A professional NBA court is 94’ x 50’ | 28.65 x 15.24 m. Courts are comprised of several foundational components: the baskets, the three-point arcs, free-throw (foul) lines, and the half court line.
The difference in seating capacity between the largest arena (United Center: 20,197) and the smallest arena (Smoothie King Center: 16,867) is exactly 3,330 seats, a difference of about 19.74%. The average stadium capacity is 18,966. Barclays Center has the distinction of being the only one arena whose original construction cost is over $1 billion.
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Arena Team Capacity Opened Conference; 1: Carrier Dome: Syracuse: 35,446: 1980: ACC: 2: KFC Yum! Center: Louisville: 22,090: 2010: ACC: 3: Dean Smith Center: North Carolina: 21,750: 1986: ACC: 4: Thompson–Boling Arena: Tennessee: 21,678: 1987: SEC: 5: Rupp Arena: Kentucky: 20,545: 1976: SEC: 6: Capital One Arena: Georgetown: 20,308: 1997: Big East: 7: Madison Square Garden: St. John's: 19,812: 1968: Big East: 8: PNC Arena: NC State: 19,557
Regulation basketball court dimensions are 94 feet long by 50 feet wide. Basketball court size varies depending on the league and level of play. The court measures 94 feet long by 50 feet wide for NBA court dimensions and WNBA and college. Note the paint area – the free throw lane – is 16 feet across.
Jeunesse Arena: 14,981: Flamengo Basketball: Rio de Janeiro Brazil: Perth Arena: 14,846: Perth Wildcats: Perth Australia: Mackey Arena: 14,804: Purdue Boilermakers men's basketball: West Lafayette, Indiana: United States: Breslin Center: 14,797: Michigan State Spartans men's and women's basketball: East Lansing, Michigan: United States: McKale Center: 14,655
McKenzie Arena has an ideal capacity, but not enough fans to fill it. #16 Eblen Center-Tennessee Tech 23.5/40 A good size arena for a mid major, but could use some renovations. #17 Allen Arena-Lipscomb 23/40 5,000 seat arena featuring suites. #18 Gentry Center-Tennessee State 20/40 Odd seating sections hurt the overall rating.
September 2, 2015 8:41 am. In division I college basketball, there are 12 schools with arenas that have a capacity that’s smaller than 2000. Three of those schools are in the Big South (Longwood ...
The following list includes all current and former arenas used by current and defunct teams playing ...