Yesterday in the NBA Finals G3, the Heat beat the Lakers by 11 points and the total score was 1-2. At that time, many fans said that the Heat’s win was a good thing for the league because of the previous strength gap between the two sides and the integrity of the personnel. Degrees are not on the same level, the Lakers hope to win a championship is much higher than the Heat, so there is no audience rating if there is nothing to watch. Under such circumstances, the ratings of the finals G1 and G2 have been going downwards. Now that the Heat has won, the series has re-emerged in suspense, which is a good thing for the NBA.
Now the ratings for G3 of the Finals have been released. 4 million people across the U.S. watched this game where Butler scored 40+ triple-doubles to lead the Lakers. It is worth mentioning that 4 million people in the NBA Finals in the U.S. Watch, this is also the lowest record in history.
The finals G1 was watched in the United States by 7.41 million. The data at the time showed that 7.41 million was the lowest data in the history of the finals G1, and the lowest ratings in 32 years. G2 has media news that the audience rating is 1.7 million, but it should be understood that this 1.7 million is not the G2 audience rating of the national finals, but a TV station statistics the audience ratings of a platform, the real audience of the national finals G2 The rate is 4.5 million, the lowest in history, not one of them.
The audience rating of G3 in the finals is now 4 million, compared with G2, it has dropped by 500,000, and it has once again created the lowest audience rating record in the United States. It is indeed very helpless. From the audience ratings, it can be intuitively reflected that the outside world is about this year's finals. Not expected. You must know that the ratings of last year's finals were 13.38 million per game, and now the ratings of the single finals have dropped from 7.41 million to 4.5 million, to 4 million today.
Of course, for the NBA league, the low ratings will affect the commercial value of the league. Previously, there were statistics that the league won't lose after playing 5 games in the finals, and won't make a profit until the tie-break. The Heat’s win has increased the suspense of the Finals, which will also make more fans start to pay attention to the finals. After all, Adebayor is likely to come back in the next game. Once the Heat win another game, the total score If it becomes a 2-2 tie, the attention of the outside world will be greatly increased. Everyone wants to see whether the Heat can counter the Lakers, and whether James and Big Eyebrow can withstand the pressure. These are all great. Of course, it will better stimulate the ratings.