TNT’s exclusive presentation of 2016 NBA Western Conference Finals Game 7 between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Golden State Warriors, on Monday, May 30, averaged 15.9 million total viewers and an 8.8 U.S. HH rating to deliver cable television’s most-viewed NBA telecast of all time and TNT’s most-watched program in the 28-year history of the network, based on Fast Nationals.

The Thunder/Warriors game telecast and Inside the NBA delivered the top two programs of the night across all of television.

Most-Viewed Western Conference Finals Ever on Cable This year’s seven-game NBA Western Conference Finals on TNT averaged 9.9 million total viewers and a 5.9 U.S. HH rating to generate the most-viewed WCF coverage ever on cable television.

The 2016 NBA Western Conference Finals is up 47% in total viewers and 40% in U.S. HH rating when compared with 2014, the last time the network aired the WCF. WCF on TNT Wins the Night Across Television TNT’s exclusive coverage of the NBA Western Conference Finals won the night across all of cable television each night.

Collectively, with Inside the NBA, TNT registered the top two programs on cable television six times during the Conference Finals and two times spanning both cable and broadcast.

TNT’s NBA Playoffs Viewership Up 16% Overall, TNT’s coverage of the 2016 NBA Playoffs averaged 4.7 million total viewers and a 2.9 U.S. HH rating for its 42-game schedule, up 16% and 12% – along with increases across all key male and adult demos – vs. 2015’s comparable coverage.