Athletes put a lot of effort into Halloween, and they often produce some of the best and most creative costumes as a result.
This year was no different, so let’s dive into the best costumes from athletes over the last few days.
P.K. Subban — Prince
The Nashville Predators defenseman dressed up as legendary musician Prince, but he did it in the look portrayed by comedian Dave Chappelle.
Giancarlo Stanton — Egyptian
The best part of this costume might be the shoes.
Kyrie Irving — Power Ranger
The Cleveland Cavaliers guard went to LeBron James’ party as a red Power Ranger, and he even showed off some of his dance moves.
Roberto Luongo — Hot Dog
The Florida Panthers goalie — and one of the NHL’s funniest players — dressed up as a hot dog. No word on if he thinks a hot dog is a sandwich, though.
Auston Matthews — Ken Bone
The No. 1 pick in the 2016 NHL Draft did a good job looking like presidential debate sensation Ken Bone.
Danny Green — Ghostbuster
You know who to call if you see a ghost in the San Antonio area.
Kevin Love — Harry from “Dumb and Dumber”
Love seems to be enjoying his time in Cleveland.
T.J. Oshie — The Incredibles
The Washington Capitals forward and his family enjoyed a superhero-themed Halloween.
Russell Westbrook — Joe Dirt
Westbrook is dominating opponents and Halloween this season.
Floyd Mayweather — Iron Man
The caption is classic Mayweather.
Thumbnail photo via Twitter/@PKSubban1