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In this series of NBA Finals a bigger step back than that of Draymond Green, are the television ratings that have just entered Game 5 between the Golden State Warriors and the Boston Celtics.

According to TVLineon Monday night, the exclusion contest drew 13.025 million viewers, well behind the 5th game of the past and other games of the NBA’s most-watched series of the year.

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Stephen Curry № 30 and Gary Payton II № 0 of the Golden State Warriors celebrate victory over the Boston Celtics in the second game of the 2022 NBA Finals at the Chase Center on June 5, 2022 in San Francisco, California.
(Photo by Thearon W. Henderson / Getty Images)

Compared to the 5th game of 2018 between the Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers, the spectators of this year’s championship have decreased by more than five million spectators (18.34 million).

Even Game 2 in the past had a stronger audience than this year’s series, which is improving with each game but still not running.

“In 2018, Game 2 gathered almost 18.5 million viewers, almost 19.7 million in 2017, about 17.5 million in 2016 and another 19.2 million viewers in 2015,” – reports OutKick’s. Courtney Weil.

Boston Celtics forward Jason Tatum (0) responds to a goal against the Golden State Warriors in the second half of the 5th game of the Basketball League Finals in San Francisco on Monday, June 13, 2022.

Boston Celtics forward Jason Tatum (0) responds to a goal against the Golden State Warriors in the second half of the 5th game of the Basketball League Finals in San Francisco on Monday, June 13, 2022.
(AP Photo / Jed Jacobsohn)

The 2022 NBA Finals

Game 1: 11.9 million

Game 2: 11.9 million

Game 3: 11.5 million

Game 4: 12.1 million

Game 5: 13.025 million

The gradual decline in NBA viewers over the past few seasons has been accompanied by several topics discussed at the Association, including their zealous political announcements during broadcasts, fading interest in matches, and tense connections with the critical part. NBA viewers in China.

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry, 30, reacted to referee Courtney Kirkland, 61, during the third quarter of the 3rd game of the NBA Basketball Finals against the Boston Celtics, on Wednesday, June 8, 2022, in Boston.

Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry, 30, reacted to referee Courtney Kirkland, 61, during the third quarter of the 3rd game of the NBA Basketball Finals against the Boston Celtics, on Wednesday, June 8, 2022, in Boston.
(AP Photo / Steven Senne)

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Since the winner of the 5th Final Game wins the championship in 73.3 percent of cases, the lack of audience for an important moment of the series proves terrible for the NBA, even if outdated franchises don’t excite the audience when politics wakes up.

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