By Lauren Satterfield, USA TODAY SportsThe Los Angeles Lakers have a jersey that was worn by members of the Ragin’ Cajuns basketball team, the Los Angeles Times reported Saturday.
The jersey is the latest in a long line of Ravinian-inspired jerseys that the Lakers have made available to fans of the franchise.
The Lakers are one of the most prominent teams in the NBA with its players wearing the Ravina jerseys, which have worn for decades by the Lakers, Kings, Clippers and Clippers.
It is also the name of the mascot for the franchise that originated in New Orleans, La.
The Ravineas have played in the American Basketball Association since 1984.
The team has a fan base of about 3.6 million people and is coached by former NBA player and former coach Vinny Del Negro.
The L.A. Times reported that the jersey was a gift from Vinny’s son, Vinny Jr., who is the son of the team’s president, John Delgado.
“It’s the best gift I could possibly give to him,” Delgado said.
“It’s like the most amazing thing that’s ever happened to me.
I’m very happy.”
The jersey, which has a white jersey collar with blue stripes, white lettering and white numbers, has a “L” and “A” on the front.
It was made of a material called “Vinny” fabric and had a sticker on the back.
It was part of a “Gifted” package, which includes other jerseys, shorts and socks from the Lakers’ collection.
The jerseys are made by the Vinny delgado, Jr. team of fabric and technology company, A.D.L.I.S.R. The jersey was made by Vinny, Jr., of New Orleans who is an NBA All-Star.
The Dodgers, the reigning National League East champion, and the Toronto Blue Jays also have jerseys from the Ravais, with the Blue Jays’ jersey being a tribute to former pitcher David Wells, who died in September.
The Los Angeles also have a Ravinie jersey, a reference to their city, but it is made from a fabric called “Ravaise,” which is a nod to the Ravanese name.