Greatest Hawks Plays: Leatherette Coasters (Set of 4)

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

2015 Eastern Conference Semifinals: Game 4 vs Washington - The Putback
2008 Eastern Conference First Round: Game 4 vs Boston - Drop 'em Iso Joe
2015 Regular Season vs Toronto - A Perfect January
1985 Slam Dunk Contest vs Jordan - Slam Dunk Supremacy


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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2015 Eastern Conference Semifinals: Game 4
The Putback
Hawks vs Washington
82 - 81
13 May, 2015
A 60 win season gave Atlanta the number 1 seed but in the conference semis, Washington was 2 seconds away from a 3-1 series lead. That is, until Horford made a leaping rebound and dunked the putback for the win. ATL would win the series 4-2 and advance to their first conf. finals in team history.

2008 Eastern Conference First Round: Game 4
Drop 'em Iso Joe
Hawks vs Boston
97 - 92
28 April, 2008
Atlanta entered the series as the 8 seed against eventual champions Boston, but that didn't stop the series from being competitive. An iconic playoff moment for Atlanta, Joe Johnson's crossover left his defender on the floor as he calmly knocked down the three to stretch the lead, evening the series.

2015 Regular Season
A Perfect January
Hawks vs Toronto
110 - 89
16 January, 2015
The 5th longest streak in league history, Atlanta won 19 consecutive games including going 17-0 throughout the entire month of January. Due to the achievement, all 5 members of the starting lineup were named co-conference players of the month.

1985 Slam Dunk Contest
Slam Dunk Supremacy
Hawks vs Jordan
147 - 136
10 February, 1985
Arguably one of the greatest slam dunk contests of all time, the even featured greats such as Wilkins, Jordan, Erving, Drexler, and many more. The final round came down to 'Nique and MJ and it was Wilkins who took home the crown with a signature windmill dunk.


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Rebecca Wilson
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Clever product, great conversation-starter, great quality!

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Linda Pickle
Interesting way to to memorialize a game

Love the concept but pricing. Like how it captures a game except when you put 2 games in one with same opponent