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Los Angeles LAKERS NBA Vice Script Mitchell & Ness Cap
This is one of the best collections of snapback hats by Mitchell & ness of the NBA. The cap is black from the Los Angeles Lakers model Vice Script.
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· Material 80% acrylic 20% wool
· Snapback cap
· Mitchell & Ness brand
· Black color
· Flat visor
· Adjustable with PVC
· NBA cap
· Front logo of Los Angeles Lakers with embroidered white letters
Los Angeles Lakers Mitchell & Ness Caps
The Vice Script collection is one of the best sellers of the Mitchell & Ness brand. It is a cap usually juvenile with embroidered letters of basketball teams in the front. This cap is black snapback. In Top Hats we have many collections of basketball caps from the NBA from Mitchell & Ness so we will surely have your team and your favorite model.
About the Los Angeles Lakers team of the NBA
The Los Angeles Lakers are a basketball team of the NBA. It was founded in 1946. It is one of the most successful franchises in the history of the NBA league. In the 2016-2017 season it is the second team with the most victories. They are behind the Boston Celtics. They have the second best percentage wins versus losses of 59.8%. He is one of the teams of the NBA that more times has disputed the End of the NBA. They have played Playoff finals on 30 occasions. In addition, they have 16 championships, the second in history after the Boston Celtics, with one more.Their squads have included the likes of George Mikan, Elgin Baylor, Jerry West, Wilt Chamberlain, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Magic Johnson , Shaquille O'Neal, Pau Gasol and Kobe Bryant.
As if that were not enough, they have the record of the most consecutive games won. These are 33 in the history of American sports. Becoming unbeatable from November 5, 1971 until January 7, 1972. Date they lost to Milwaukee Bucks The Los Angeles Lakers have only missed the playoffs five times in their history. According to Forbes magazine, they are the second most valuable basketball franchise in the United States. This is valued at approximately 568 million dollars, second only to the New York Knicks.