Halloween NBA: JJ Redick, LeBron James go trick-or-treating in style

first_img LIVE TV 10 months ago NBA Oct 31 Highlights: Embiid–KAT feud, Stephen Curry injured Also read | NBA: Joel Embiid and Karl-Anthony Towns suspended after brawlNBA players dress up for HalloweenJJ Redick of New Orleans Pelicans had a wonderful costume and was dressed as Emmet from The Lego Movie as he was heading to New Orleans. LeBron James wowed everyone as he played tribute to Johnny Depp’s Edward Scissorhands. Kevin Love of Cleveland Cavaliers attended the game dressed as comic book character Jason Voorhees and managed to look scary as he attended an NHL game. Kyle Kuzma looked amazing as he dressed as Blueface, the American rapper and songwriter. Bradley Beal wore a Joker costume, while his girlfriend was Harley Quinn.  Also read | Kevin Durant admits Draymond Green incident influenced Warriors exit Also read | NBA Oct 31 Highlights: Embiid–KAT feud, Stephen Curry injured  NBA celebrated Halloween in style. Players dressed up in various costumes, really bringing in the festive vibes. From JJ Redick to Brook Lopez, players shared their photos on across their social media platforms. Let us look at some of the players. 🎃 Special guest in the house tonight 🎃 pic.twitter.com/D20k9O2zRQ— Cleveland Cavaliers (@cavs) October 30, 2019 a very spooky Halloween 👻 🐺 pic.twitter.com/srnULt7LFm— Timberwolves (@Timberwolves) October 29, 2019 FOLLOW US We LIT https://t.co/89YHIc0Rti— kuz (@kylekuzma) October 31, 2019 WATCH US LIVE Also read | NBA: Joel Embiid and Karl Anthony-Towns feud dates back to 2016  COMMENT John Wall hitting the dougie as Joker 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/IBvRFMv5c1— Complex Sports (@ComplexSports) October 29, 2019 LEGO JJ 😂 pic.twitter.com/35kULLOl39— New Orleans Pelicans (@PelicansNBA) October 31, 2019 10 months ago NBA: Utah Jazz vs Los Angeles Clippers player ratings and resultcenter_img WAHHHH! 🍼 @jcollins20_ of the @ATLHawks is ready to go for tonight’s Halloween game against the @MiamiHEAT! 🎃📺: @NBAonTNT⏰: 7pm/et pic.twitter.com/SlF0GhTE5x— NBA (@NBA) October 31, 2019 First Published: 1st November, 2019 16:01 IST WE RECOMMEND Devika Pawar Isaiah Thomas really dressed up as an Oompa Loompa for Halloween 😆(via kayla_jasmin_/Instagram) pic.twitter.com/jiHMvDMi9V— NBA on ESPN (@ESPNNBA) October 29, 2019 Written By LeBron James is LeDward Scissorhands#halloween2019 pic.twitter.com/PjWpeppLgn— Ballislife.com (@Ballislife) October 31, 2019 Also read | NBA players and fans react to Stephen Curry’s injury on Twitter 10 months ago NBA: Dallas Mavericks legend Dirk Nowitzki gets street named after him 10 months ago NBA players and fans react to Stephen Curry’s injury on Twitter 10 months ago NBA: Watch James Harden drop 59 points in Rockets’ win over Wizards Last Updated: 1st November, 2019 16:01 IST Halloween NBA: JJ Redick, LeBron James Go Trick-or-treating In Style NBA players dressed up for Halloween this year. From JJ Redick to Kyle Kuzma, they celebrated the festival in style. Let us look at some social media posts. SUBSCRIBE TO USlast_img read more


first_imgPURSES RAISED BY $10,000 ON EVERY NON-STAKES RACE AT SANTA ANITA PARK IN JOINT AGREEMENT BETWEEN TRACK & THOROUGHBRED OWNERS OF CALIFORNIAArcadia, Calif. (April 19, 2019)–Santa Anita Park and the Thoroughbred Owners of California have announced a significant purse increase for all on non-stakes races through the next six weeks.  The purse for each non-stakes race will be increased by $10,000.  The increase will go into effect Friday, April 26th through June 2nd.  The program will be evaluated for the remaining three weeks of the spring meet, which extends through June 23rd. Entries for Friday will be taken on Easter Sunday.“We know the last few months have been tough on everyone especially our horsemen and owners, so working with the TOC we came up with an aggressive plan to boost all non-stakes purses for the next six weeks,” said Tim Ritvo, COO of The Stronach Group.  “This has also been difficult on our customers, and we are working hard to improve the product to thank them for their continued support.”“It’s important to all of California horsemen for Santa Anita to close this meet on a strong note,” added TOC Chairman Nick Alexander.  “We appreciate the purse supplements to be funded directly by The Stronach Group and welcome the opportunity to match those funds from the TOC purse account. This will result in over $1-Million of additional purse money for horsemen at Santa Anita in the next six weeks. Our hope is this is the first step in returning to the traditional four-day-a-week racing program at Santa Anita for our horsemen and racing fans.”In addition to being the Southern California home to celebrate the Triple Crown races, the later part of Santa Anita’s spring meet is anchored by two big racing events: Memorial Day Weekend featuring eight stakes races and Closing Weekend featuring seven stakes.last_img read more