PageData: Miami Heat Dominating NBA On The Court And On Facebook

The National Basketball Association is down to its final four teams, with the San Antonio Spurs holding a two games to none lead over the Memphis Grizzlies in the Western Conference finals, while the defending champions, the Miami Heat, lead the Indiana Pacers one game to none in the Eastern Conference finals. According to sister site PageData, the Heat remain the Facebook favorites, as well.

The National Basketball Association is down to its final four teams, with the San Antonio Spurs holding a two games to none lead over the Memphis Grizzlies in the Western Conference finals, while the defending champions, the Miami Heat, lead the Indiana Pacers one game to none in the Eastern Conference finals. According to sister site PageData, the Heat remain the Facebook favorites, as well.

The Heat dominated the final four in terms of likes, with more than five times the total of the runner-up Spurs, and the defending champs also dominated in terms of people talking about this and likes added for the week.

Here’s how the final four stacked up against each other on PageData’s charts:

Total Likes:

  1. Heat: 8,074,399
  2. Spurs: 1,545,847
  3. Pacers: 268,978
  4. Grizzlies: 250,017

Likes Gained This Week:

  1. Heat: 19,817
  2. Spurs: 13,783
  3. Pacers: 8,274
  4. Grizzlies: 6,447

PTAT:

  1. Heat: 477,256
  2. Spurs: 110,358
  3. Grizzlies: 33,392
  4. Pacers: 28,142

The Grizzlies were the only remaining team to not crack the top five clubs for the week in terms of likes added, with the Chicago Bulls and defending Western Conference champions, the Oklahoma City Thunder, crashing the list despite their recent eliminations.

Top 5 Likes Gained This Week:

  1. Heat: 19,817
  2. Bulls: 19,768
  3. Spurs: 13,783
  4. Pacers: 8,274
  5. Thunder: 7,868

Readers: Which team would you like to see bring home the Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy?