According the New York Post, the Brooklyn Nets are outperforming the New York Knicks in local television viewership by 10% since James Harden made his debut.
Brooklyn is averaging 122,000 viewers on the YES Network per game compared to New York’s 111,000.
The average viewership for the Knicks has dropped 13% since Harden’s debut.
The Nets also announced that their viewership has increased by 67%.
Looks like Knicks fans may be hopping on a bandwagon to Brooklyn, since they have championship potential abilities.
The Nets currently have a 14-9 record at the third seed in the Eastern Conference, while the Knicks are 9th with a 10-13 record.
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