The 13 Best Halloween Photos From The NBA This Year

By: 10.31.12
San Antonio Spurs

With the emergence of Twitter, and now more importantly Instagram, never before have we had such access to NBA players. It’s fun when they tweet photos of their food or their sneakers. That stuff’s always cool. But when Halloween hits the real fun begins.

We’ve done these post-Halloween wrap-up posts over the past two years, and there were some truly memorable costumes. Who can forget Rajon Rondo‘s classic Tiger Woods look? Or better yet, how about that time Dwyane Wade went with whiteface?

This year, the turnout wasn’t quite as good, but there are still a few classic looks. And out of every team in the league, who would’ve thought it’d be the Spurs who would be going hardest on Halloween?

Take a look at some of the best costumes from around the NBA this year.

via Beyond The Buzzer & Hoopmixtape

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…Here’s Stephen Jackson as one of the best fake Jokers I’ve ever seen, and Tim Duncan as the Punisher…

Stephen Jackson, Tim Duncan

…Here’s Tiago Splitter, stealing Jack’s idea…

Tiago Splitter, Stephen Jackson

…Here’s DeJuan Blair playing it safe, and Manu Ginobili looking entirely took comfortable as a bat-killing Zorro…

DeJuan Blair, Manu Ginobili

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