Chief among those trying to enjoy the evening away from the boob tube were Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid, who were courtside as the Los Angeles Lakers took on the Dallas Mavericks at the Staples Center in downtown L.A.
As per usual, the model BFFs brought their '90s-flavored street style with them to the NBA game, showing off their crazy long legs in the process.
Kendall, 21, slipped an army green bomber over a gray cropped sweatshirt and cut-offs, which she paired with a silver choker, blinged-out statement necklace, pale olive green heeled mid-calf Yeezy boots, and Gucci shoulder bag.
Her most surprising accessory, however, was the massive body chain that hung under her tiny tee.
As for Bella, 20, she actually pulled a Kardashian, cinching in an over-sized Snoop Dogg T-shirt with a black corset. She completed her look with black denim shorts, dainty silver jewelry, black Christian Louboutin pumps, and a tan purse.
Though the Lakers wound up losing to the visiting Mavs 109-97, the ladies still seemed to have a great time at the game, laughing, paying close attention to the scoreboard, and holding hands as they left the arena.
They even enjoyed some snacks -- a caramel-covered apple for Kendall and popcorn for Gigi.
After the game, Bella snapchatted watching the election results and, most interestingly, posted an older picture of President Obama talking on the phone as he juggled a basketball. Over on Twitter, she shared the NSFW sentiments, "What the f**k" and "This is so f**cked up," as it became clear that Donald Trump was going to be declared president-elect.
This is the second time Kendall has attended a Lakers game since the 2016-2017 season kicked off. Last month, she and fellow model Karlie Kloss cheered on the home team in their season opener against the Houston Rockets. The reality star donned a vintage Lakers '87-'88 World Champs Back to Back T-shirt for that outing, which she styled with a gold chain choker, silver midi-rings and light wash jeans.
Find out more about that girls night out in the video below.