- Telecast Peaked with Four Million Viewers
- ESPN Wins the Night on Saturday Across Cable
The Golden State Warriors’ victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Saturday, Feb. 6, generated an average of 3,230,000 viewers (p2+), making it the most-watched regular-season NBA game on ESPN since Oct. 31, 2014 (Cleveland-Chicago in an opening week game), according to Nielsen.
The telecast peaked at 11:30 p.m. ET with 4,000,000 viewers (p2+) and propelled ESPN to win the night on Saturday across all of cable television.
Additionally, the Warriors-Thunder game was also the most-watched NBA regular-season game ever on WatchESPN.