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Civic Engagement

The NBA family is committed to taking leaguewide action in support of non-partisan efforts to expand voting access and encourage civic engagement. Around the country, NBA and WNBA teams, players, and coaches are taking action to support non-partisan voter registration, transform arenas and team facilities in to vote centers, and encourage fans to become poll workers.

  • NBA, WNBA, NBA G League Team Up With Civic Alliance

Facilities & Arenas

The NBA family continues to work with local elections officials to convert the arenas and team facilities into sites for voting and voting related activities, including early voting, poll worker training locations, ballot-drop offs, non-partisan voter registration events, and Election Day voting.

Team Facility
Atlanta Hawks State Farm Arena
Brooklyn Nets Barclays Center
Charlotte HornetsGreensboro Swarm Spectrum Center | The Fieldhouse at The Greensboro Coliseum Complex
Cleveland Cavaliers Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse
Dallas MavericksTexas Legends American Airlines Center | Comerica Center
Detroit Pistons Henry Ford Performance Center
Denver Nuggets Ball Arena
Houston RocketsRio Grande Valley Vipers Toyota Center | Bert Ogden Arena
Golden State WarriorsSanta Cruz Warriors Kaiser Permanente Arena | Thrive City | The Oakland Facility
Indiana PacersFort Wayne Mad Ants Bankers Life Fieldhouse | Allen County War Memorial Coliseum
LA Clippers The Forum
Los Angeles Lakers Staples Center
Memphis Grizzlies FedEx Forum
New York Knicks Madison Square Garden
New Orleans Pelicans Smoothie King Center
Oklahoma City Thunder Chesapeake Arena
Orlando Magic Amway Center
Phoenix Suns Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Sacramento Kings Golden 1 Center
San Antonio Spurs AT&T Center
Utah Jazz Vivint Arena
Washington Wizards | Washington Mystics | Capital City Go Go Capital One Arena | Entertainment & Sports Arena

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