Halloween is the best time to dress up as your favorite star athlete, but what about the athletes themselves? They also like to wear clothing to enter the spirit.
Numerous athletes and professional sports teams host Halloween-themed events every year. It’s always interesting to see what kind of clothing they choose and how much effort and creativity they actually put into it. There are always some big winners, but there are often some poor efforts that are worth ridiculing for a while.
Therefore, we will pay close attention to the Halloween effort throughout the sports world so that we can highlight (and score) some highlights, good or bad.
JuJu Smith-Schuster, Pittsburgh Steelers
JuJu didn’t put the biggest effort into his Halloween costume, but he just decided to subdue the trick or treatment on the whole game day, and I believe he made a lot of nights for many people, which is quite lively.
Rating: C +
LeBron James, Los Angeles Lakers
LeBron takes Halloween seriously. Last year he nailed his Pennywise look, and this year he became another classic horror movie. His Jason Voorhees look good and the bloody makeup is a serious feeling. Rating: A-
Golden State Warriors’ Clay Thompson
Klay plays Jackie Moon from “Semi-Pro” and he does a great job. He even finished the appearance around a three-color basketball game. The only thing he lacks is a little hair.
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Victor Oladipo, Indiana Pacers
The Pacers’ stars wore full panther costumes in their Halloween games, but it was one of the low-quality suits with cheap plastic masks. He must make a more serious investment next year.
Robin Lopez, Chicago Bulls
Like Elliot from “E.T.”, performing incredible executions on Lopez’s clothing, he almost nailed each part together.
Rating: A +
Adam Thielen, Minnesota Vikings
The Vikings and his pregnant wife decided to create them with homemade clothing and they nailed it. Spaghetti and Prego are a great couple costume for anyone, but the fact she looks forward to makes it even better. Rating: A…