If the Boston Celtics finish off the Philadelphia 76ers tonight in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference finals, two things will happen: People will start to have basketball withdrawal because there won’t be another NBA Playoff game until Sunday, and people will have to find something else to do with their time.
For those who have a preference for Western Conference basketball, the wait will be even longer since the Golden State-Houston series does not begin until Monday.
What to do?
As we all know, the Internet offers a variety of options. We can watch footage of lava consuming cars and homes in Hawaii, we can watch Rudy Giuliani try to figure out the daily ins-and-outs of trying to defend Donald Trump, we can turn to that old standby that never fails: Cat videos.
Or we can try our luck with the game that keeps old age homes running at peak efficiency, yet does not have to be played exclusively by old folks.
It is called B-I-N-G-O.
Yes, it is a song, too. But it also is a game that can be played online against competitors from all corners of the globe. If you want to know one of the best places to play, your source is right here.
Just think, you can pop a serving of popcorn that would rival anything Stephen Curry can make; you can send troll tweets to Raptors fans if you happen to be a fan of the Cleveland Cavaliers and LeBron James, you can debate how effective Clint Capela is going to be against the centerless enigma known as Steve Kerr’s team, or you can mail how-to-learn-the-plays tutorials to Ben Simmons, who clearly needs a whole bunch of Fish Oil when the 76ers are doing film study.
One thing for certasin as the NBA playoffs play out is this: The nights of watching back-to-back games are behind us. We won’t see those again until the exhibition season starts up.
So use your time wisely, and make time for some fun. B-I-N-G-O never hurts.