Toronto Raptors Halloween 2018

Here’s how the Toronto Raptors dressed up for Halloween

The Toronto Raptors, as a franchise, really dig Halloween — as they should. It's the best holiday.

From spooky promotions and movie mashups to a mascot with more lewks than Heidi Klum, Toronto's NBA team never fails to bring it on All Hallow's Eve, and 2018 was no exception.

Our boys in red had the holiday off this year after defeating Philadelphia 129-112 at the Rogers Centre on Tuesday night. So, like many rich and famous people, they attended a fancy, costumed soiree.

Here, courtesy of the team on Twitter, is what some of the Raptors and their dates wore to a Halloween bash at Casa Loma last night:

Kyle Lowry

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Jonas Valanciunas
toronto raptors halloween 2018Fred VanVleet 
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Coach Nick Nurse

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CJ Miles

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BONUS: CJ Miles with his wife, Lauren, and their young daughter as Bob, Linda and Louise Belcher from Bob's Burgers

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Image via Lauren Miles.

Danny Green

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Norman Powell
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Pascal Siakam

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Greg Monroe
toronto raptors halloween 2018SECOND BONUS: Serge Ibaka, behind the scenes
And, of course, The Raptor.

toronto raptors halloween 2018Nice work, all. Now bring it to the court.

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The Toronto Raptors


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