Game 4 of the 2015 NBA Western Conference Finals – the Houston Rockets defeated the Golden State Warriors to stay alive in their series – is the most-watched telecast of the 2015 NBA Playoffs so far, according to Fast Nationals from Nielsen.
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6.0 Overnight Rating for NBA Western Conference Finals Game 4 is Up 46 Percent from Last Time on ESPNPosted by Ben Cafardo on
The 2015 NBA Western Conference Finals Game 4 – the Houston Rockets defeated the Golden State Warriors to stay alive in the best-of-seven series – delivered a 6.0 overnight rating, according to Nielsen. The game peaked with a 6.8 from 10:45 p.m. – 11 p.m. ET.
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