With the first full week of the NBA season in the books, there’s already plenty to talk about at water coolers across America.
Steph Curry and the Warriors picked up right where they left off, hitting the ground running with a perfect 4-0 record.
LeBron and the Cavs are starting to do their thing, rattling off three wins in a row after a loss on opening night.
And James Harden and the Rockets look like they’re still in preseason mode.
In addition to all the storylines, we’ve got enough on-court highlights to last us ’til Thanksgiving. But, thanks to social media, we also have plenty of non-basketball goodies to ooh and ahh about.
We’re talking about all the delicious, decadent treats NBA fans have been showcasing on social media. So, without further ado, check out the wildest eats you can get your hands on at NBA arenas this season.
The reigning NBA champions are celebrating their title with nachos and alcoholic slushy drinks.
From the football field to the basketball court, crab fries are Philly’s sports snack of choice.
Derrick Rose is off to a slow start this season in Chicago, but these carne asada tacos are moving.
If Laker fans are sick over Kobe’s struggles, these chili-cheese tater tots are sure to help ease the pain.
Nothing says Indian Summer like a chocolate sundae at the Utah Jazz game.
Cleveland’s crispy potato chips with cheese fondue, bacon and herbs are a definite slam dunk.
Apparently, the Pincho Burger with pink sauce is all the rage down in South Beach.
Golden State has the right idea combining fried chicken and sports — works every time.
The Brooklyn Nets are going Greek with this unique Barclays burger offering.
Wings, sliders and spinach artichoke dip are pregame staples nowadays.
Creamed spinach and grilled lamb chops appear to be the trick for basketball in New Orleans.
The Bulls are dishing out some mouthwatering nachos at the United Center this season.
I think waffle fries might be the most underrated guilty pleasure in the stadium foods kingdom.
The Phoenix Suns are turning up the heat with buffalo mac and cheese.
Masala tacos with chutney are where it’s at for NBA games in 2015.
New variations on stadium food are great, but classic chili cheese fries will live forever.
Sometimes, all you need is basketball and a juicy hot dog with all the fixings.
Korean BBQ is sweeping the nation, and that most definitely includes NBA arenas.
Who knew Atlanta turned out a mean, gondola-shaped pizza for Hawks games?
Original round tortilla chips with nacho cheese will never die!