Zero is my hero -- not just a catchy phrase, but likely the new rally cry for Thunder fans. And what better way to commemorate it than putting it on a t-shirt.
We went to the print shop to meet the makers.
The Stache Brothers -- If you've heard of the duo, you've likely seen the t-shirt.
"Now it’s kind of become a movement like ESPN announcers are calling them the Stache Brothers now. It's pretty unreal to say the least," said Audrey Lisle with 405 Threads.
Now with the latest series of events lightning might have just struck twice for this sharp shooting shop on South Robinson. Audrey Lisle and 405 Threads have shifted focus from the Bros to the Brodie.
On the front of their latest shirt -- "35-35=0." I'll let you do the math.
"We were definitely passive aggressive but it's all in good fun we still love Kevin Durant but we're definitely on the Russell bandwagon right now," Lisle said.
On the back -- "Zero Is My Hero." A rally cry for a time when Oklahoma City might have gotten the last good guy, and the last laugh.
"If we beat Golden State it will be the last laugh," Lisle said.
The shirts are now for sale in store and online. The address to the store can be found under the “Contacts” page.