Bulls bench players get into Halloween spirit

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Halloween brings out the creative side in most people. It’s the one time of the year when being someone else is cool and encouraged. Pro athletes have been notoriously known for celebrating the holiday and this year’s batch of sports costumes was as interesting as its ever been.

The Bulls already have an captivating group of players but they showed a different aspect of themselves on Halloween. That is unless your name is E’Twaun Moore. At a Halloween party, attended by other teammates, Moore took a picture with costume that looked more like an outfit.

Happy Halloween!!!!! #HouseParty #Hans @chicagolaw12 @ahmedbraimah #Justin #Batman #Safari #70’s #Etwaun A photo posted by Nazr Mohammed (@nazrmohammed) on Oct 31, 2015 at 5:04pm PDT

Bulls reserve big man Nazr Mohammed has the right idea. He made one tall bottle of Sriracha but Moore looked like an average NBA guard — which may have been his actual costume.

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