Greatest Cavaliers Plays - Slate Coasters (Set of 4)

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

2016 Finals: Game 7 vs Golden State - Comeback Championship
1992 Eastern Conference Semis: Game 7 vs Boston - Price leads the team
2007 Eastern Conference Finals: Game 5 vs Detroit - Lebron takes over
1976 Eastern Conference Semis: Game 7 vs Washington - The Miracle of Richfield

These slate coasters are laser-etched indelibly into the stone itself.
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.25" per coaster
- Weight: 0.25lbs (4oz)
- Natural edge
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2016 Finals: Game 7
Comeback Championship
Cleveland vs Golden State
93 - 89
19 June, 2016
Kyrie Irving sealed a perfect comeback with the critical three against the Warriors.

1992 Eastern Conference Semis: Game 7
Price leads the team
Cleveland vs Boston
122 - 104
17 May, 1992
In 1992 Cleveland achieved a 57-25 regular season record led by Cleveland legends Larry Nance, Brad Dougherty and Mark Price. After beating New Jersey, Cleveland faced the storied Boston team. The series went to seven games, and in what would end up being Larry Bird's final game, Cleveland prevailed to head to the Conference Finals. The game featured well-rounded scoring from the team, and a great breakaway by Price is shown here.

2007 Eastern Conference Finals: Game 5
Lebron takes over
Cleveland vs Detroit
109 - 107
31 May, 2007
Cleveland was looking to make it to their first Finals appearance, but they needed to get past Detroit. With the series tied at 2 apiece, both teams fought hard for the win, driving the game into double overtime. Lebron James completely took over the game to get the win for Cleveland, scoring the last 25 points for Cleveland. The last basket came with 2 seconds remaining, as James wound down the clock and drove to the rim. The basket won the game, and Cleveland won the series in 6.

1976 Eastern Conference Semis: Game 7
The Miracle of Richfield
Cleveland vs Washington
87 - 85
29 April, 1976
Trailing with under a minute to go, Phil Chenier tied the game with a jumper. Now with the game tied and 9 secs on the clock, Jim Cleamons found Dick Snyder on the inbound pass. Snyder drove to the hoop, hitting the game-winner with 4 secs left, to give Cleveland it's first postseason series win.