Here are some Twitter Mirror shots featuring key players for the @warriors:
And a few more:
And check out these Vines from the party:
The @NBA also Tweeted mirror photos:
Warriors players turned to Twitter after a long night of celebrating:
And they sang together on the plane home and shared it with fans:
NBA players turned to Twitter after the game:
As did former stars:
A legendary coach with titles of his own sent congrats to Golden State:
Celebs joined in during the game, too:
The @cavs’ owner was gracious in defeat:
Both teams showed class too:
And back in 2009, Curry promised fans on Twitter he and the @Warriros would turn things around:
NBA Finals timeline & hashflags
Hoops fans around the world experienced the epic series on Twitter via the NBA Finals Timeline. Learn more about it here.
Hashflags were a fun and easy way for NBA fans to add color to Tweets during the NBA Finals:
Here are a few well-known folks who Tweeted with hashflags :
*Updated (6/17/15): Tweets about the #NBAFinals were viewed 7.6 billion times on Twitter and across the web from 6/4-6/17.*
Here are moments that generated the biggest peaks of Twitter conversation in the series:
These were the most mentioned players on Twitter during the series.
The team that won each game on the court also won each game on Twitter. You can see how the series unfolded via Twitter volume, as illustrated in this chart:
Click on the image to interact with the data viz
Fans Tweeted with #NBAFinals hashflags throughout the entire series. In fact, over seven million Tweets were sent since the series began using one of the six hashflags:
Twitter TV activity and reach data for the U.S. market will be available from Nielsen here tomorrow at 1 p.m. ET.
Up next for basketball fans? Turn to Twitter for all the news before, during and after the @NBADraft on June 25.