Relive one of the greatest moments in Rockets basketball history with this museum-quality, matte black poster:
1995 Western Conference Semis: Game 7
Kiss of Death
Rockets vs Phoenix
115 - 114
20 May, 1995
A year after turning "Choke City" to "Clutch City," Houston was once again falling behind 0-2 to Phoenix and then to 1-3 in the Conference Semifinals. But once again Houston battled back, becoming the first team to ever overcome such a playoff deficit. In Game 7 Mario Elie hit a clutch three with 7 seconds left on the clock and blew Phoenix fans what became known as the "Kiss of Death." Phoenix wont the series and went on to sweep Orlando in the Finals for Houston's second title.
Museum-quality posters made on thick and durable matte paper. Add a wonderful accent to your room and office with these posters that are sure to brighten any environment. - Paper thickness: 10.3 mil - Paper weight: 5.6 oz/y² (192 g/m²) - Giclée printing quality - Opacity: 94%
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Landed perfectly, just like the shot
Love these products! Great for any sports fan.
Shortly after the Jags beat the chargers, I emailed playbook products asking if they could make a specific play since it was historically important to the team. They agreed, created it and within 4 days I had it on a poster at my front door.
The print is high quality, none of that flimsy poster paper. The art is top notch. I can’t wait until there are more plays from the jags significant enough to warrant collecting, since I’ve now ordered all existing plays.
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