Goran Dragic scares his Phoenix Suns teammates for Halloween

Oct 31, 2014, 10:06 PM | Updated: 10:10 pm

Another Halloween, another Phoenix Suns prank.

This time, Goran Dragic was in charge of scaring his teammates and brought his dinosaur friend, Baby T, along to help.

The result was as hilarious as you might expect.

Some of the highlights included Eric Bledsoe and the Morris twins running away in fear, and Archie Goodwin’s fight response kicking in when he threw his water bottle at Baby T.

Admittedly, that dinosaur is quite realistic and scary. No shame, guys.

Obviously, Gerald Green still remembers last year’s Halloween trick and prepared himself accordingly. Like he said, you can’t scare Gerald Green.

Not even the team’s managing partner, Robert Sarver, was safe from the scare. Bold move going after the boss, Goran.

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