There are plenty of famous superfans throughout sports history, but only the Milwaukee Bucks have the iconic Milhouse Van Houten in their corner.
Ryan Fox, aka "NBA Milhouse," first went viral for dressing as the famous sidekick from "The Simpsons" at a Bucks game in October.
Fox hopes to help the Bucks in the NBA playoffs by attending a game and maybe even sitting courtside. To help his cause, Fox launched a GoFundMe campaign hoping to raise $500 for playoff tickets.
Per his GoFundMe:
"Playoff tickets are naturally pretty pricey in Springfield. Milhouse could barely afford the splurging he did for the last game so he needs your help to get his yellow ass in a seat next to courtside big wigs like Charles Montgomery Burns and Rainier Wolfcastle. If Milhouse's appearance brought you laughter and happiness then toss a few bucks Milhouse's way and let's see what kind of fun can happen come playoffs start next week.
Otherwise he'll just have to sit in his mom, Luann's living room playing Bonestorm and organizing my ALF pogs."
As of Wednesday afternoon, Fox had raised around $55. If Fox hits his goal, he promises to donate any proceeds not used towards playoff tickets to an animal welfare charity.
In an interview with SB Nation, the Bucks superfan says he started dressing up as Milhouse because he realized he had pieced together the look over the years with the Sally Jesse Raphael red glasses and blue-dyed hair. Fox added that Milhouse's "downtrodden and teased, yet lovable" personality serves as a metaphor for the Bucks.