Halloween is almost here, and if you're like most of us, you've waited until the last possible second to come up with a costume. But have no fear, we've got all of the ideas you'll need to make sure your outfit is on point.

1. LeBron James' headband

All you have to do to achieve this look is wear all white and brag to anyone and everyone around you that LeBron shoots better while wearing you.

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2. Jim Harbaugh

Have a pair of khaki pants, a hat and a navy shirt? Boom. You're the head coach of the Michigan Wolverines.

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3. Michael Jordan's crying face

It's been made a famous meme, so why not make it a Halloween costume? Print out M.J.'s sad face and make a mask ... or just look really sad all night.

Michael Jordan AP Photo/Stephan Savoia

4. Bill Belichick

All you need to dress like the head coach of the Super Bowl champs is a hoodie with the sleeves cut off and some sweatpants. Bonus points if you make jokes about "Snapface" and "InstantFace."

Tom Brady and Bill BelichickAP Photo/Steven Senne

5. Luis Suarez vampire

It's no secret that Luis Suarez bites people on occasion. So throw on a jersey and a pair of cheap vampire teeth.

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6. Mini Jose Bautista

Mini Bautista is one of the easiest options. Color on a beard -- hopefully with a washable marker -- and wear a royal blue shirt.

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7. Michael Phelps

Speedo. Shower cap. Done.

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8. Brandi Chastain

All this look requires is a black sports bra and white shorts, with a shirt in your hand, of course.

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9. Sad Michigan fan

You really don't have to wear anything special for this one. Just look distraught and put your hands on your head.

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10. Dwight Howard

Make a cape, throw on some sneakers and you'll look just like Superman, er, Dwight Howard.

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Late last season and into the playoffs, Hall of Famer and TNT analyst Charles Barkley insisted the Golden State Warriors couldn't win the title.

"I don't like jump-shooting teams," he said in January. "I don't think you can win the championship beating good teams shooting jumpers."

He wasn't the only person to make that assertion -- seriously, how's it goink? -- but he was the only famous analyst whose network carried the Warriors' 2015-16 season opener and championship celebration Tuesday night.

So the Warriors got him.

And even though Barkley & Co. weren't actually at the game but broadcasting from across the Bay, that wasn't far enough to keep him from punishment:

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The Oklahoma State men's hoops team sat back and watched as Kentucky, Duke and other schools dropped pretty glamorous preseason hype videos.

Then the Cowboys turned up in a different way: by letting their coach be the star.

Travis Ford and his squad -- with a cameo from who we guess are cheerleaders and other members of the student body -- just dropped the mic on other hype videos with this great spoof of Macklemore's "Downtown" video:

Cowboys Recreate Downtown For Homecoming & Hoops

What did you miss at Friday's Homecoming & Hoops? Just the Cowboys recreating Macklemore's Downtown music video on the OSU campus and a live dance routine from coach Travis Ford. #okstatehc

Posted by Oklahoma State Cowboy Basketball on Saturday, October 24, 2015

From the campus to the gym, Ford's performance delivers as he steals the show.

No word yet from Macklemore and Ryan Lewis on Ford and the Cowboys' performance, but we think you'll be entertained.

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Lakers guard Nick Young, the baller also known as Swaggy P, has adopted the seasonal moniker of God's Gift to Women ... or at least that's what his Halloween costume implies.

Halloween party #godgift ===@

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But really, would you expect anything less from him?

We wonder what fiance Iggy Azalea has to say about this latest Swaggy Shenanigan.

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If you're excited for the 2015-16 NBA season, which started Tuesday night when the Chicago Bulls faced (and beat) the Cleveland Cavaliers, you aren't alone. NBA players were a little jazzed as well and tweeted just like you and me.

Take Dwyane Wade, for instance:

All right, we don't all get to take photos with Taylor Swift holding up our team's jersey. But a lot of NBA players did share their happiness at the return of basketball.

Carmelo Anthony? You know he was pumped to watch some basketb -- oh come on, New York Knicks. You had to make Tuesday night movie night?

Game on.

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