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How the NBA does the weirdest, wildest, most soulful Halloweens, ever

From as far back as 1998 — and from as recently as last night — the NBA (and friends) take dressing up seriously

Whether it’s Michael Jordan as a knitting granny in 1992 or LeBron James as Prince in 2015, Halloween and the NBA go together like a weekend binge-fest and bomb snacks. Let’s look back — and let’s look at this week.

Georgie!! Georgie!! #HappyHalloweenFolks 🎈🎈

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Hello, I want to play a game. #Jigsaw #DubNation

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Halloween 2017 🐝 Our little bumble bee!

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Cruisin' down the street in my '64 #ripEazyE #StraightOuttaCompton #Halloween2017

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Lost rehearsal footage of Milli Vanilli 🕺🏾🕺🏾 Happy Halloween kids 🎃🎃🎃

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Night King Winter Is Coming!!!! @kwebimageinc @anitramichelle @shineblackhawk #StayMe7o

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About last night. #SquadTies #HappyHalloween

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That would u live for me love… cause that die for me shit too easy ❤️ #TheShumperts

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Akeem #comingtoamerica

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I say Jerome in the house, in ya mouth!!!!

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Paul Pierce as Rick James

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