Greatest Heat Plays: Leatherette Coasters (Set of 4)

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

2013 Finals: Game 6 vs San Antonio - Back out to Allen!
2013 Finals: Game 7 vs San Antonio - Lebron's shot
2012 Eastern Conference Finals: Game 7 vs Boston - Lebron to Wade
2006 Finals: Game 3 vs Dallas - Payton go-ahead shot

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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2013 Finals: Game 6
Back out to Allen!
Heat vs San Antonio
103 - 100
18 June, 2013
One of the greatest shots of all-time. Ray Allen came in clutch with not only knocking down the shot, but his game and court awareness. Without it, there is not ring.

2013 Finals: Game 7
Lebron's shot
Heat vs San Antonio
95 - 88
20 June, 2013
With 30 seconds to play in Game 7, the Heat had a tenuous lead of 2 points. Lebron James drives the ball to the top of the key, cuts right and pulls up for a perfect jumper, giving the Heat the margin they needed for the win. The win gave the heat back-to-back championships, and their third overall.

2012 Eastern Conference Finals: Game 7
Lebron to Wade
Heat vs Boston
101 - 88
9 June, 2012
In the 2012 Eastern Conference Finals Game 7, the Heat eventually won by 13, but they were down going into the half. Just before half, the Heat put some much needed points on the board with a spectacular Lebron James steal then pass to Dwayne Wade then back to Lebron for the dunk.

2006 Finals: Game 3
Payton go-ahead shot
Heat vs Dallas
98 - 96
13 June, 2006
Dallas was leading by two games going into Game 3 of the NBA Finals and Miami desperately needed the win. With 9 seconds left and the score tied, Gary Payton calmly nailed the go-ahead jumper in his first points of the series. The Heat went on to win the series 4-2 and gain their first NBA Title.