June 10, 2004 |
The Lakers' 99-91 overtime victory over Detroit in Game 2 of the NBA Finals on Tuesday night got a 10.7 national rating and a 19 share, 106% higher than the 5.2/10 for last year's Game 2 between San Antonio and New Jersey. The 10.6 was the highest prime-time rating of the night. The two-game average is 10.3 with an 18 share, 78% higher than last year's 5.8/11 and 4% higher than the two-game average of 9.9/19 for the 2002 Finals between the Lakers and New Jersey.
April 7, 1992 |
CBS-TV's coverage of Sunday's NCAA women's basketball championship game between Stanford and Western Kentucky, held at the Sports Arena, drew a 3.7 rating in the nation's 25 largest markets, according to figures released Monday by the A.C. Nielsen Co. If that holds up when national figures are announced Thursday, it will match the lowest rating in the 11-year history of the event. Ratings in Los Angeles were lower than the average of the major markets. The championship game had a 3 rating here.