Greatest Bulls Plays - Leatherette Coasters (Set of 4)

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

1989 Eastern Conference First Round: Game 5 vs Cleveland - The Shot
1993 Finals: Game 6 vs Phoenix - Three-peat
1998 Finals: Game 6 vs Utah - Jordan's last shot
2009 Eastern Conference Quarters: Game 6 vs Boston - Noah dunks on Pierce

These leatherette coasters are laser-etched to reveal a vibrant silver foil.
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.15" per coaster
- Weight: 0.15lbs (4oz) per coaster
- Stitched border
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1989 Eastern Conference First Round: Game 5
The Shot
Chicago vs Cleveland
101 - 100
7 May, 1989
In a sign of greatness to come, Michael Jordan won Game 5 of the 1989 Playoffs versus the Cavaliers with "The Shot." Down by 1 point with 3 seconds on the clock, Brad Sellers inbounded to Jordan, who took 4 steps and with time expiring, launched the game-winning basket.

1993 Finals: Game 6
Three-peat
Chicago vs Phoenix
99 - 98
20 June, 1993
In Game 6 of the 1993 Finals the Bulls were trailing by two points with 14.4 seconds left. Jordan drove up the court and passed to Scottie Pippen who passed to Horace Grant who kicked it out to John Paxson for a three-pointer, giving the Bulls a 1-point lead with 3.9 seconds remaining.

1998 Finals: Game 6
Jordan's last shot
Chicago vs Utah
87 - 86
14 June, 1998
Michael Jordan's last shot in a Bulls uniform is perhaps the most iconic shot in basketball. With 20 seconds remaining in Game 6 of the Finals the Bulls were down by 1 and the Jazz had possession. Jordan stole the ball and pulled up to hit a 20-foot jumper and win the Bulls their 6th championship.

2009 Eastern Conference Quarters: Game 6
Noah dunks on Pierce
Chicago vs Boston
128 - 127
30 April, 2009
It was an epic game that took Chicago three overtimes to get the win. With 40 seconds left in the 3rd OT, the score was tied at 123 and Paul Pierce had possession. Joakim Noah stole the ball, drove to the other end and dunked over Pierce, giving Chicago the momentum they needed to win the game.