The NBA Celebrates Halloween 2013

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Even basketball players like to get in a spooky mood, and many of them were out in full costume last night celebrating Halloween. Some of the costumes are dead on, others are embarrassing for guys who get paid big bucks (come on, at least buy a costume!). Regardless, it looks like everyone had a great time last night and put it up on social media. Here are NBA players proving that you’re never too old to go trick or treating.

 

To start things off, the LA Clippers Spirit Dance Team dressed up as a little something of everything sexy.

 

 

The Suns had a gorilla scare passing team members outside the locker room.

 

Aron Baynes was, well, Bane. Complete with amazing voice acting.

 

 
King James dressed up as Michael Meyers. Figures that he’d dress up as something both terrifying and immortal.
 

 

Nick Young was one part of this homage to Ghost Busters, and his son dressed up as the cutest damn Wolverine you’ve ever seen.
 
 

Happy Halloween from Festus Ezeli and the Crimson Ghouls!
 

 

Amir Johnson took part in the Toronto Zombie Walk, complete with movie-quality makeup.
 

 

Lou Williams pulls out the white face for a fairly convincing Joker.
 
 

Basketball wife Vanessa Bryant instagrammed this photo of Kobe dressed up as swashbuckler Zorro.
 

 

Lavoy Allen dressed as “Baby” singer and much-maligned Canadian export, Justin Bieber. They must have been switched at birth, he tweeted.
 

 

Quincy Pondexter and Jon Leuer don an amazing couples costume from White Men Can’t Jump.
 

 

Mike Conley dressed up as Jack from The Nightmare Before Christmas. We think  this technically counts as a Christmas costume, though.
 
 

We’re not sure whether Matthew Dellavedova is wearing a costume, or just pulling rookie duties on Halloween night.
 

 

However, in a confirmed case of rookie hazing, Jeff Whithey was forced to wear a penguin suit. On Oct. 13. Talk about celebrating early.
 

 

Hakim Warrick is prepared to die tonight, and will see you on the Elysian Fields.
 

 

Nick Collison debuted as his meth-making alter ego, Walter White.
 

 

Serge Ibaka pulls off the best nod to Coming to America we’ve ever seen, dressing up as Eddie Murphy’s character, Prince Akeem.
 
 

Darius Morris is the hero the NBA deserves, but not the one it needs right now.
 

 

Paul Pierce dressed up with the fam as Frankenstein’s monster.

 

Alexey Shved of the Timberwolves dressed up as the Wicked Witch of the Western Conference. Could use a little work.
 

 

James Jones dressed up as Hellboy, and Roger Mason as some cyborg warrior.
 

 

TJ Ford dressed up as POTUS Barack Obama, and James Posey donned Rick James’ crazy hair for a night. Ye-ah!
 

 

Nick Calathes as a monkey, and Marc Gasol as an ogre.
 
 

Ronnie Brewer instagrammed this picture of basketball players dressed as Waldo of Where’s Waldo fame, Ron Washington and Flavor Flave.
 

 

Ryan Gomes keepin’ it straight pimpin’.
 

 

Manu Ginobili (right) is Buzz Lightyear.
 

 

Danny Green dressed up as Autobot leader, Optimus Prime.
 

 

Kendrick Perkins pulls off a gender-bending Big Bad Wolf with Little Red Riding Hood as a companion

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