The Los Angeles Clippers have a solid social media presence, considering Los Angeles is a 2nd largest media market in the United States (according to Nielsen). The Clippers have about 1.47 million Twitter followers, which ranks above average among NBA teams. The LA Clippers Instagram page, with 2.3 million followers, is well above the average of NBA teams and its Facebook page, with almost 3.8 million likes, is 13th in the league. The sum total of followers across the three social media outlets of the Clippers totals approximately 7.57 million. These accounts provide Clippers fans with interactive fan-based content, scores, team updates, and more.
The time has come! The #10 of FanWide’s very own Top Ten NBA Teams has been announced. Since its creation, FanWide has gathered data regarding fan clubs and fan engagement, which is used in ranking the Top Ten NBA Teams is unique to FanWide and has produced a ranking like no other. The metrics used to list the teams from first to last were based on both their on and off court success. This balance ultimately creates a broader and more balanced field to judge teams in the fairest way possible. Without further ado, coming at #10 on FanWide’s Top Ten NBA Teams is the Oklahoma City Thunder.
The 2018 NBA Free Agency started on July 1. NBA fans all over the country have been incessantly refreshing Adrien Wojnarowski’s and Shams Charania’s Twitter feed since then. Every fan wants to know how this NBA Free Agency will affect their favorite team’s chances next season and in those to come. FanWide will have you covered during the season with game watch parties once the season begins. Below you will find detailed explanations of some major offseason moves thus far so you can prepare yourself for the 2018-2019 NBA season.