When Jesus called Peter out of the boat, he walked on water until he was distracted by his surroundings. It wasn't sin that almost drowned him, it was his inability to stay focused on Jesus. If Satan can't tempt you to sin, he'll try to distract you into loving God less, and wasting time and effort on things that don't matter.

Distracted people hardly ever end well, achieve excellence, develop spiritually or reach their destination.

The problem with so many hobbies, sports, techno gadgets & entertainment is not sin, but the potential to be a distraction. Distraction may not be sin, but in the end it can, and many times does lead to compromise & unfaithfulness, which ultimately divert us from Gods will for our lives. It's a subtle trap, stay focused, faithful and live for God.