The Indiana Pacers have a strong social media presence, considering Indianapolis is a smaller media market (28th) relative to cities such as Los Angeles, New York, and Chicago (according to Nielsen). The Pacers have about 1.21 million Twitter followers, which ranks at about the average among NBA teams. The Indiana Pacers Instagram, with 1.5 million followers, is also right at the average of NBA teams and its Facebook page, with 3.2 million followers, is in the top half of the league. The sum of followers across the three social media outlets of the Pacers totals approximately 5.91 million. These accounts provide Pacers fans with excellent and vital basketball information as well as fan-based content.
It has truly been fun watching the Indianapolis Colts pull themselves together right before the playoffs, securing them a spot in the 2019 playoffs. Additionally, Andrew Luck has and will continue to prove to the league why he was the number one pick back in 2012. Even though the Colts are rising in power, their fans have been with them through all the peaks and valleys. Sports Illustrated even predicted them to knock out the Texans in the first round of the playoffs this year. There is a lot of anticipation towards how the Colts will do this postseason, but there is without a doubt that their fans will continue to be rowdy and supportive.