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Lil' Stache Bro is the latest NBA craze you need to know about

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The NBA can be a weird and wonderful place. As captivating as long-range threes and ferocious dunks truly are, there's often lots of quirky little things going on around the league if you look hard enough.

Last year, Stephen Curry's daughter, Riley, stole the show in the postgame press conferences with her amusing antics and there has been plenty to laugh at around the league this postseason, too.

The Cleveland Cavaliers have been carrying around their new mascot Lil' Kev, who has risen to prominence throughout the postseason. For those of you who don't know who or what Lil' Kev is, it is simply a picture of a Tommy Bahama model who bares a relatively striking resemblance to Cavaliers forward Kevin Love - the image was taken from an in-flight magazine as the Cavs returned from their sweep of Detroit.

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Cavs players have been showcasing it on their snapchat and have even taken it with them to interviews.

However, the Oklahoma City Thunder have spawned the latest craze. At game give between the Thunder and the Golden State Warriors, a special little fan was snapped appearing as a mini version of Steven Adams, complete with the ponytail haircut and throwback mustache.

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Now the kid has been dubbed 'Lil' Stache Bro' and he was in attendance again for game six of the Thunder's playoff encounter with the reigning NBA champions. Oklahoma's instagram account posted a photo of the stoic little fan prior to the game.

Lil Stache Bro will hope to bring better luck to the franchise for their huge, series-deciding game seven battle on Monday.

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