Greatest Hornets Plays Coasters

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Relive four of the greatest moments in Charlotte basketball history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
1993 Regular Season vs Portland - LJ's Portland Poster
1993 Eastern Conference First Round: Game 4 vs Boston - Zo's Winner
2016 Eastern Conference First Round: Game 5 vs Miami - The Series Lead
2019 Regular Season vs Toronto - Unbelievable!

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1993 Regular Season
LJ's Portland Poster
Charlotte vs Portland
94 - 92
March 5, 1993
Memorial Stadium, Portland, OR
One of Charlotte's greatest players ever, Larry Johnson was an athletic specimen and his highlight reel is full of rim-rattling dunks. There are many plays to choose from but this dunk was a total posterization and included a sweet assist from Charlotte cult-hero Muggsy Bogues.
1993 Eastern Conference First Round: Game 4
Zo's Winner
Charlotte vs Boston
104 - 103
May 5, 1993
Charlotte Coliseum, Charlotte, NC
In Charlotte's first ever playoff appearance, they upset a McHale-led Boston team in only four games. Game 4 notably ended when in front of a Charlotte home crowd, Mourning hit a game-winning shot as time expired.
2016 Eastern Conference First Round: Game 5
The Series Lead
Charlotte vs Miami
115 - 114
April 27, 2016
American Airlines Arena, Miami, FL
Having lost the first two games of the series, a third consecutive 0-4 playoff sweep was a possibility. Instead, Charlotte rattled off three straight wins including taking the series lead in Game 5 thanks to clutch offensive rebound from Walker leading to Lee's 3-point shot to take the lead.
2019 Regular Season
Charlotte vs Toronto
115 - 114
March 24, 2019
Scotiabank Arena, Toronto, ON
Against the eventual champions, Charlotte found itself 2 points down with 3 seconds left on the clock. Lamb struggled to catch the inbound pass, forcing him back across halfcourt where he turned and let up a heave, only to sink it and win the game. You rarely see game-winners like this