Greatest UConn Plays Coasters

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Relive four of the greatest moments in UConn basketball history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:

2014 NCAA Championship vs. Kentucky - Fourth championship
2004 NCAA Final Four vs. Duke - Okafor's putback
1999 NCAA Championship vs. Duke - First championship
1990 NCAA Sweet Sixteen vs. Clemson - The Shot

Rest your pint on history.

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2014 NCAA Championship
Fourth championship
#7 UConn vs. #8 Kentucky
60 - 54
April 7, 2014

No one expected 8 seed UConn to make it to the title game, but they made it and they shut down Kentucky to get their 4th Championship.The dagger late in the game was a pass from Shabazz Napier to DeAndre Daniels for a layup and a 6 point lead that Kentucky could not overcome.
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2004 NCAA Final Four
Okafor's putback
#2 UConn vs. #1 Duke
79 - 78
April 3, 2004

With 26 seconds remaining, Okafor grabbed his own rebound and put it away to give UConn the lead. A trio of free throws for UConn put the game out of reach that even a last second three pointer by Duke couldn't overcome. The win took UCONN to the championship game where they netted their 2nd Championship title.
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1999 NCAA Championship
First championship
#1 UConn vs. #1 Duke
77 - 74
March 29, 1999

With 20 secs left UConn was only up a point and Duke had posession and a chance to take the lead but they traveled and turned the ball over. Duke had to foul, which sent Khalid El-Amin to the line. A pair of clutch free-throws meant Duke ahd to try for a 3. Duke couldn't get the shot off and UConn got its first championship.
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1990 NCAA Sweet Sixteen
The Shot
#1 UConn vs. #5 Clemson
71 - 70
March 22, 1990

There was only one second left on the clock and UConn was down by one point with the ball under their own basket. Scott Burrell took the ball and threw a full court pass to George Tate, who grabbed it, squared up and hit the game-winning jumper at the buzzer. The shot sent UConn to just its second Elite Eight ever.
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