We have some data on which teams have some of the best online presence, and the answers are not great.
Here’s how the teams stack up:The Cleveland Cavaliers, which is the reigning NBA champion, have an active Twitter account with more than 10,000 followers.
The Minnesota Timberwolves, the second-place team in the NBA and a perennial contender, have 1,600 Twitter followers.
It’s unclear which team is more active on Twitter than the other.
The San Antonio Spurs have more than 5,600 followers, while the Houston Rockets have 2,300 followers.
In the NBA, teams are allowed one tweet per day, but teams can’t tweet multiple times per day.
The NBA also prohibits Twitter users from posting photos and videos on the service.
While the Cavaliers have the most active Twitter followers, they’re not the most prolific.
The Cleveland Cavaliers have 3,300 Twitter followers and the San Antonio Mavericks have 2 and the Dallas Mavericks have 1.
The Houston Rockets also have a lot of fans on Twitter, but they have a lower profile.
The Minnesota Timberwolves have the least active Twitter fans, with just 930 Twitter followers in the last week.
The Dallas Mavericks and San Antonio have the next most active fans, but their fan base is relatively small.
The Rockets, meanwhile, have a pretty active fan base with over 2,000 Twitter followers on a daily basis.
In terms of total Twitter followers across all teams, the Cleveland Cavaliers are the clear favorite, with 1,800 followers.
Minnesota Timberwolves are in third place, with 880 followers, followed by the Dallas Cowboys, New York Knicks, Houston Rockets and Miami Heat.
The New York Jets have just over 1,000 fans, the Minnesota Vikings are in fifth place, and Houston Rockets are in seventh.
The Denver Nuggets, who finished third in the Western Conference, have more active fans than any other team.
They have more followers than all other teams combined.
The Denver Nuggets have 828 followers, the Dallas Stars have 708 followers, and New York Giants have 685 followers.
The Miami Heat have the fourth-most active Twitter users, with 2,070 followers.
They follow just a handful of Twitter accounts, including the Los Angeles Clippers, the Houston Texans and the Atlanta Falcons.
The Los Angeles Lakers and Philadelphia 76ers have more fans than the Heat, but the Heat has more fans overall than any of the teams.