he United States. Because of the color of the jersey, the Lakers are also known as the "Purple and Gold Corps". The biggest feature of the team is that there are always superstars associated with them. George McCann, Elgin Baylor, Jerry West, Karim Abdul-Jabbar, Shaquille O"Neill and Kobe Bryant. By the end of the 2008-19 season, the Lakers had 56 playoffs, 31 Western Championships and 16 championships, second only to the Boston Celtics, with a record of 33 consecutive wins.
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Rubber bracelets have been traced all the way back to the 1980s, when Cyndi Lauper and Madonna would wear them in their music videos. These bracelets were also known as Jelly bracelets. The bracelets resurfaced again in the late 1990s. Nike used the rubber bands as bracelets and had several NBA players promote them. These were also known as baller bands or baller ids. Teenagers also sported these bands with messages like “cutie” and “hottie.” However, this trend did not last long again because real rubber would get stuck on the skin or hair and cause irritation.
The Rubber Band bracelet trend did last long enough for several NBA players to start sporting them, though. Nike, always with a keen eye on basketball fashion improved on the trend by using the rubber rubber that they had previously used on sports watch bands and creating the Nike Baller Id Band Bracelets. Because you can"t really print on rubber, the messages were imprinted or embossed into the rubber and said sports related things like "Baller" and "Player". They came in sets three, often in specific team colors. Many NBA players, most notably LeBron James were seen wearing the Baller ID Bands on and off the court.
In 2004 Lance Armstrong and Nike, who madebossed color filled silicone wristbandde all of his cycling gear, teamed up and created the LiveStrong yellow bracelets which were essentially Baller ID Bands that were yellow and imprinted with "LiveStrong", the motto of Lance Armstrong"s foundation for cancer research. The bracelets are sold through Nike and Lance Armstrong"s website"s for $1 each and has raised over 28 million dollars fdebossed color filled silicone wristbandor cancer research. Because of the immense popularity of these bracelets, many other charities, organizations and accessories producers jumped on the bandwagon and began creating rubber rubber bracelets in all colors and with all kinds of messages, some for charitable causes, and others just for fun.