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Thunder's Most Outrageously Dressed Fans Raise Money For Tickets

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Two of the Thunder's loudest and most outrageously dressed fans are raising money for season tickets. Two of the Thunder's loudest and most outrageously dressed fans are raising money for season tickets.
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Two of the Thunder's loudest and most outrageously dressed fans are raising money for season tickets.

Garrett "Thundor" Haviland and Nauzi "Thunder Princess" Jagosh can't be missed at OKC Thunder games. Haviland is shirtless, paints his belly and wears a cape and mask.

Jagosh sports a blue and orange tutu, tiara and ruby red shoes that remind fans "there's no place like home." The two can be heard yelling at opposing players close to the basket as they shoot free throws.

"As soon as I get that eye contact, I know I'm in their head a little bit," says Thundor.

Both have spend thousands over the years on season tickets and are now looking for some financial help so they can keep attending games.

"It's kind of rough getting the funds together," says Haviland.

Haviland and Jagosh have just set up a "Go Fund Me" site to raise money for next season's tickets. Their goal is $10,000.

"All I'm wanting to do is to keep doing what I love," says Jagosh.

"You'll never know if you don't ask," adds Haviland.

Here's a link to the "Go Fund Me" account.

Any extra money the duo raises that won't go towards season tickets and playoff tickets, will go to the Thunder Cares Foundation.

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