Heat-Nuggets Game 5 ratings beat 2022 Celtics vs Warriors ratings; Most watched playoffs in 5 years

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Yall said no one is watching this "boring" series. The casuals seemed to love watching these "small-market" teams. The small market Heat had the 6 highest rated games of this playoffs


Monday’s Heat-Nuggets NBA Finals Game 5 averaged 13.08 million viewers on ABC, edging Celtics-Warriors last year (13.03M) as the most-watched Game 5 of the Finals in four years — since Warriors-Raptors in 2019 (18.60M). Ratings were not immediately available.

(Keep in mind that the two other game fives over that span aired months out-of-season due to COVID-related scheduling adjustments; Bucks-Suns averaged 10.02 million on a Saturday night in July 2021 and Heat-Lakers 9.19 million in a fanless “bubble” in October 2020.)

Denver’s title-clinching win, which peaked with 17.83 million viewers, trails only last year’s Warriors-Celtics Game 6 (13.99M) as the most-watched NBA game since the league returned from hiatus in July 2020.

As goes without saying, Game 5 delivered the largest audience of the NBA season, topping the previous high of 12 million for Heat-Celtics Game 7 on TNT in the Eastern Conference Finals. By virtue of making the Finals and playing a seven-game conference final, Miami played in the six most-watched games this season and seven of the top eight.



 
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Yall said no one is watching this "boring" series. The casuals seemed to love watching these "small-market" teams. The small market Heat had the 6 highest rated games of this playoffs


Monday’s Heat-Nuggets NBA Finals Game 5 averaged 13.08 million viewers on ABC, edging Celtics-Warriors last year (13.03M) as the most-watched Game 5 of the Finals in four years — since Warriors-Raptors in 2019 (18.60M). Ratings were not immediately available.

(Keep in mind that the two other game fives over that span aired months out-of-season due to COVID-related scheduling adjustments; Bucks-Suns averaged 10.02 million on a Saturday night in July 2021 and Heat-Lakers 9.19 million in a fanless “bubble” in October 2020.)

Denver’s title-clinching win, which peaked with 17.83 million viewers, trails only last year’s Warriors-Celtics Game 6 (13.99M) as the most-watched NBA game since the league returned from hiatus in July 2020.

As goes without saying, Game 5 delivered the largest audience of the NBA season, topping the previous high of 12 million for Heat-Celtics Game 7 on TNT in the Eastern Conference Finals. By virtue of making the Finals and playing a seven-game conference final, Miami played in the six most-watched games this season and seven of the top eight.


Can’t compare a game clinching vs a game when the series is 2-2.
 

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Coli told me the NBA was dying because white people don’t care about basketball.
Millions of white folks like the nba product and the game of basketball

Its just that in the football only white people definitely outnumber the basketball only white people. Dont forget about baseball only white people either, Especially in the silent generation/baby boomer demographics. And plenty of cacs like both the nba/nfl, to them the NBA is tied with football at #1 or its their second favorite sport.
 

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