Happy All Saints Day!
As you shake off your sugar sickness, enjoy the Halloween shenanigans of your New York Knickerbockers.
Devilish scamp and almost-vegan Enes Kanter has a little trick that would get him exiled from my house forever (and I like Brussels sprouts!):
Hopefully it’s just a joke. Right Enes?
At what appears the be the team practice facility (or maybe the bowels of the garden?), our beloved unicorn plays to type. Although this is clever, I can’t help but wish he had gone for a unicorn onesie. Maybe next year!
Also dressing up at the team digs was Kanter, going for something scary only to NBA players and Knick fans: a referee:
Who’s that next to him? Read on...
After the disco nap, on to the party! (P&T’s crack team of investigators has not identified the location of the party, but it appears to be a fancy apartment with small balcony and a long marble bar)
First up, Jake from State Farm:
Jake did a lot of dancing, to everyone’s delight:
Kyle O’Quinn slayed it as Mr. T, although seems kind of easy when you already have the beard:
Tim Hardaway Jr. came as the Big Bad Wolf, or maybe a werewolf, but certainly a large one:
Jarrett “Secret Ingredient” Jack gets props for the most, um, props? So if you saw a giant wolf wearing sunglasses last night in an “I’m With Stupid” t-shirt riding around on a tiny Donald Trump, it was your starting point guard:
And Groot? Who is Groot?
Courtney Lee is Groot! (I think)
And of course, Group Shot!
Note that Doug McBuckets is also dressed as a referee.
- Is Courtney Lee actually Groot, or is he using the catchphrase and doesn’t literally mean I am Groot? (Update: yes, it is Courtney.)
- Where is this party? Westchester? Did everyone get dressed at practice and then go right to the party? Or are they in the City?
- Did Doug & Enes plan their ref costumes together?
- Why wasn’t I invited?
- Where’s the candy?
Much love, kids. Stay safe!