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Arena City Built in Closed Home Arena Capacity
Edgerton Park Arena Rochester, NY 1892 1956 1923-55 4,200
Rochester Community War Memorial Rochester, NY 1955 -- 1955-57 10,000
Cincinnati Gardens Cincinnati, OH 1949 2016 1957-72 10,208
Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, MO 1935 -- 1972-74 7,300
Omaha Civic Auditorium Omaha, NE 1954 2014 1972-75 9,300
Kemper Arena Kansas City, MO 1972 -- 1974-85 15,000
Municipal Auditorium Kansas City, MO 1935 -- 1979-80 7,300
ARCO Arena 1 Sacramento, CA 1985 1988 1985-88 10,333
ARCO Arena 2 Sacramento, CA 1988 2016 1988-16 17,317
Sleep Train Arena Sacramento, CA 1988 2016 1988-16 17,317
Powerbalance Pavillion Sacramento, CA 1988 2016 1988-16 17,317
Golden 1 Center Sacramento, CA 2016 -- 2016 - 17,608

The Kansas City Kings were forced to move back to Municipal Auditorium arena for the 1979-80 season because a wind storm had caused the roof to collapse. Luckily, the arena was vacant at the time of the collapse and no one was injured.