Greatest Jazz Plays Coasters

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Relive four of the greatest moments in Utah basketball history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
1997 Western Conference Finals: Game 6 vs Houston - The Shot
1998 Finals: Game 4 vs Chicago - The Pass & Finish
2010 Regular Season vs Cleveland - Contract Shot
2017 Western Conference First Round: Game 1 vs Los Angeles - Iso Joe

Rest your pint on history.
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1997 Western Conference Finals: Game 6
The Shot
Utah vs Houston
103 - 100
May 29, 1997
The Summit, Houston, TX
Stockton jumping and throwing his fist into the air is one of the most iconic images in league history. Nailing a 3-pointer as time expired, Stockton sent Utah to their first Finals. Based on his reaction alone, you can tell how much the shot meant to Utah and Stockton personally.
1998 Finals: Game 4
The Pass & Finish
Utah vs Chicago
78 - 73
June 8, 1998
Delta Center, Salt Lake City, UT
Down 1-2 in the series against the '97 Bulls team, Utah desperately needed a win at home if they wanted to keep their title hopes alive. With less than a minute to go and trailing, Stockton tossed a pinpoint full-court pass to Malone and took the lead and the game.
2010 Regular Season
Zero to Hero
Utah vs Cleveland
97 - 96
January 14, 2010
Vivint Arena, Salt Lake City, UT
Sundita Gaines may not be a name that is known throughout the league, but any Utah fan will remember his contribution. The rookie was in the d-league and had just been called up. In his fifth professional game, he knocked down a game winning 3 point shot to beat LeBron and the Cavs.
2017 Western Conference First Round: Game 1
Iso Joe
Utah vs Los Angeles
97 - 95
April 15, 2017
Staples Center, Los Angeles, CA

It's the first game of the 2017 playoffs and it's tied with little time left. With a team of Hayward and Hill, it was the veteran Joe "Iso" Johnson who got the call to win the game. That's exactly what he did. Game 1 proved to be critical as the series would go to 7 games where Utah would win.