LOOK: NBA players in epic Halloween costumes through the years
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NBA players have a penchant for Halloween festivities, and LeBron James probably leads the pack with his dedication. Over the years, James has donned costumes of Beetlejuice, Jason Voorhees, Pennywise, and Edward Scissorhands.
Below, you can feast your eyes on his iconic looks alongside other memorable costumes from fellow NBA players.
Stephen Curry (Jigsaw from Saw)
Stephen Curry pulled up to Oracle in a full-on Saw costume 😂😳#DubNation
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