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NBA | Mar 5, 2021 | 2 min read

NBA Fan Attendance: Updated

Written by
Chris Babu
NBA Fan Attendance Updated
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NBA Fan Attendance Breakdown:

Atlanta Hawks: The Hawks have 10% capacity at home games, approximately 1,811 fans.

Boston Celtics: The Celtics will have 12% capacity at home games, approximately 2,234 fans, starting March 22.

Brooklyn Nets: The Nets have 10% capacity at home games, approximately 1,773 fans.

Chicago Bulls: No fans allowed until further notice.

Cleveland Cavaliers: The Cavaliers have 14% capacity at home games, approximately 2,720 fans.

Dallas Mavericks: The Mavericks have 20% capacity at home games, approximately 3,900 fans.

Denver Nuggets:  No fans allowed until further notice.

Detroit Pistons: The Pistons will allow 750 fans into home games beginning March 17.

Golden State Warriors:  No fans allowed until further notice.

Houston Rockets: The Rockets have up to 20% capacity at home games, approximately 3,600 fans.

Indiana Pacers: The Pacers have been approved to increase attendance until they have 25% capacity at home games, approximately 4,500 fans.

Los Angeles Clippers:  No fans allowed until further notice.

Los Angeles Lakers:  No fans allowed until further notice.

Memphis Grizzlies: The Grizzlies have 11% capacity at home games, approximately 1,993 fans.

Miami Heat: The Heat have 15% capacity at home games, approximately 3,000 fans.

Milwaukee Bucks: The Bucks currently have up to 10% capacity at home games and plan to build up to 25% capacity, approximately 4,375 fans.

Minnesota Timberwolves:  No fans allowed until further notice.

New Orleans Pelicans: The Pelicans have 11% capacity at home games, approximately 1,855 fans.

New York Knicks: The Knicks have 10% capacity at home games, approximately 1,981 fans.

Oklahoma City Thunder: No fans currently.

Orlando Magic: The Magic have 20% capacity at home games, approximately 4,000 fans.

Philadelphia 76ers: The Sixers will have 15% capacity at home games, approximately 3,100 fans, starting March 14.

Phoenix Suns: The Suns have 16% capacity at home games, approximately 2,947 fans.

Portland Trail Blazers:  No fans allowed until further notice.

Sacramento Kings:  No fans allowed until further notice.

San Antonio Spurs: The Spurs will have 17% capacity at home games, approximately 3,200 fans, starting March 12.

Toronto Raptor:  No fans allowed until further notice.

Utah Jazz: The Jazz have 21% capacity at home games, approximately 4,000 fans.

Washington Wizards:  No fans allowed until further notice.

Charlotte Hornets: The Hornets will be allowed to have approximately 3,000 fans after a recent executive order by Governor Roy Cooper. The team has said it will have fans ‘in the near future.’

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