Relive four of the greatest moments in Kansas basketball history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
2008 National Championship vs Memphis - Mario's Miracle
1991 Final Four vs North Carolina - Jordan's jump shot
2003 Big 12 Conferencee Game vs Texas - Win-streak starts
1988 National Championship vs Oklahoma - Danny and the Miracles
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.15" per coaster
- Weight: 0.15lbs (4oz) per coaster
- Stitched border
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2008 National Championship
Kansas vs Memphis
75 - 68
7 April, 2008
With 10 seconds left on the clock and Kansas down 3, Sherron Collins drove the length of the floor and found Mario Chalmers for an improbable clutch 3 that sent the 2008 National Championship to OT. Kansas then outplayed Memphis en-route to the school?s 3rd National Title, ending a 20 year drought.
1991 Final Four
Jordan's jump shot
Kansas vs North Carolina
79 - 73
30 March, 1991
With under 4 minutes to play in the 1991 Final Four, Adonis Jordan drove the lane and connected on an uncanny jumpshot while being fouled to give Kansas a double-digit lead over North Carolina. Roy Williams beats his mentor Dean Smith and Kansas made its then sixth appearance in the NCAA Finals.
2003 Big 12 Conferencee Game
Kansas vs Texas
90 - 87
27 January, 2003
Nick Collison connected on a late 3 pointer to give Kansas its first 2nd half lead over #3 ranked Texas, spurring the team on to a 90-87 victory. This victory started a 7-game win-streak for Kansas who went on to win the Big 12 championship and advance to the NCAA Finals vs Syracuse.
1988 National Championship
Danny and the Miracles
Kansas vs Oklahoma
83 - 79
4 April, 1988
With 3 minutes to play in the 1988 NCAA Championship, Kansas displayed total teamwork as the team used all 45 seconds of the shot clock. The possession ended with Clint Normore passing Chris Piper for a jumpshot that was nothing but net. The 6 point leave gave Kansas the win and the national title.