The NBA is facing a growing backlash for the controversial stretches that are being put on the ice.
Stretches are used to keep ice cold when the temperature dips below freezing and provide extra protection against injuries.
The first of the recent stretched games took place Saturday at the Spokane Arena, the home of the Spokane Chiefs.
Striking a pose on the bench, guard Jeremy Lamb and forward Zach Collins were among those who took part in the stunt.
“I’m just glad to be part of it and see people actually doing it, not just in my profession but in other arenas around the country,” Collins said.
“And I’m not sure I would have done it if I was in the NHL, but for me, it’s just an awesome experience.”
Collins and Lamb said they’ve never taken part in a striptease before and they’ll be happy to continue this weekend.
“It’s kind of funny,” Lamb said.
“There’s no way to know how long it’ll last or if it’ll get to that point where I’m doing it every day, but I’m excited to be a part of that.”