Greatest Indiana Plays - Slate Coasters (Set of 4)

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

1976 National Championship vs Michigan - Undefeated champs
1987 National Championship vs Syracuse - The Shot
2001 Regular Season vs Michigan State - Haston's buzzer beater
2011 Regular Season vs Kentucky - Watford for the win

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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1976 National Championship
Undefeated champs
Indiana vs Michigan
86 - 68
29 March, 1976
Indiana was trailing by 6 pts at the half, but the undefeated team was up for the challenge. Quinn Buckner helped shift the momentum with this great steal to give Indiana a 4 point lead. Indiana went on to win by 18 points, getting their third National Championship title.

1987 National Championship
The Shot
Indiana vs Syracuse
74 - 73
30 March, 1987
Trailing by 1 pt with 27 secs left, Indiana brought the ball upcourt. Steve Alford is covered so Keith Smart gets the ball and penetrates, passing to Daryl Thomas. Thomas can't get a clean shot and finds Smart again who hits a jumper with 5 secs remaining, securing Indiana its 5th championship.

2001 Regular Season
Haston's buzzer beater
Indiana vs Michigan State
59 - 58
7 January, 2001
No one gave unranked Indiana much of a chance when it faced #1 Michigan State. But Indiana stayed close, playing ferocious defense, and had the game tied at 58 with 7 seconds left. Indiana inbounded and found Kirk Haston on the 3 point line. Haston sank the 3 as time expired to win the game.

2011 Regular Season
Watford for the win
Indiana vs Kentucky
73 - 72
10 December, 2011
Indiana and Kentucky had battled back and forth for the lead but with time running out Kentucy was up by 2 points. Verdell Jones III took the ball with 5 seconds left and drove the court, kicking back to Christian Watford who put up the game-winning three-pointer as time expired.