Watch ‘Game Of Thrones’ ‘Battle Of The Bastards,’ Forget Cleveland Cavaliers VS Golden State Warriors 2016
“Game of Thrones” episode 9 “Battle of the Bastards” or Cleveland Cavaliers VS Golden State Warriors 2016 on NBA Finals Game 7?Advertisement
“Game of Thrones” episode 9 “Battle of the Bastards” is the most anticipated episode of season 6, where finally Jon Snow will face against Ramsay Bolton.
Unfortunately, basketball fans who watch the series are faced with a dilemma as the game 7 of the NBA Finals between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors air simultaneously.
They are both historical in some sense; episode 9 “Battle of the Bastards” will feature the series’ biggest battle sequence while Game 7 will possibly see the Cavs come back from a 3-1 deficit against the Warriors.
Torn between two games, we took it upon ourselves to convince you to watch “Game of Thrones” for the following reasons.
“Game of Thrones” Episode 9 will last at most 65 minutes which means there is a very high chance that you will finish the show and still catch the final quarter of the game.
Given that an average NBA game lasts for at least 2 hours, this gives viewers plenty of time to catch the remainder of the game.
You can also follow the NBA Finals through the internet and social media.
Update on your team’s current standing on the NBA website while watching Wun Wun beat the crap out of the Boltons.
Also, you can save yourself from spoilers by watching “Game of Thrones” episode 9 when it premieres. Sure you watched the entirety of Game 7 but is it worth it to risk logging into your Facebook or Twitter and get hit with a barrage of spoilers? Unless you abstain from social media until you watch an encore of “Game of Thrones” episode 9, watching it on HBO is the safest choice.
Unless you have two TVs and are capable of watching both without overheating your brain, there’s no need to get torn between NBA Finals Game 7 and “Game of Thrones” Season 6 Episode 9.
Catch “Battle of the Bastards” this Sunday only on HBO.