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Richard Jefferson shares the Cavs' fun Halloween party on Snapchat

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The Cleveland Cavaliers are simply loving life at the moment and they once again displayed their close relationship as a team by attending a Halloween party on Sunday, hosted by LeBron James.

After beginning the season with a 3-0 start and with no scheduled game last night, the players decided to unwind by donning special costumes to celebrate the occasion, as you do.

As has become the norm, we can always rely on Cavaliers veteran Richard Jefferson to give us an inside look into the team's antics on the night and he didn't disappoint. 

As expected, the 36-year-old took to his Snapchat account to capture some of the funniest and wackiest moments of the team's night out. 

King James dressed up and produced a good impression of the character 'Jerome' from the 90's American sitcom "Martin". 

Kevin Love came as Jim Carrey's character Lloyd Christmas from Dumb and Dumber with the famous orange suit and Kyrie Irving was the red ranger from the Power Rangers and showed that he has another set of skills to go with his moves on the court.

All of this and much more can be seen on RJ's Snapchat account and if you don't follow him on there, you don't know what you're missing out on.  

Most of the players took to Twitter and/or Instagram to post more videos and pictures from what looked like an enjoyable night for the NBA champions. 

Having won their first championship last year, the mood in The Land is certainly a lot more positive than it was 12 months ago and these moments are a clear indication of that. 

You can follow Jefferson on Snapchat to view the videos via rjeff24. You won't regret it.  

Topics:
NBA
Kyrie Irving
Cleveland Cavaliers
Central Division
Eastern Conference
LeBron James
Richard Jefferson

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