Greatest Louisville Plays - Slate Coasters (Set of 4)

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

1986 National Championship vs Duke - Second championship
1980 National Championship vs UCLA - First championship
2005 Elite Eight vs West Virginia - Sealing the comeback
2013 Big East Chamionship vs Syracuse - Ware alley-oop

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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1986 National Championship
Second championship
Louisville vs Duke
72 - 69
31 March, 1986
With 11 seconds left on the shot clock and 43 seconds left in the game, Pervis Ellison calmly collected an offensive rebound and scoring on a put-back. The basket gaive Louisville a 3-pt lead over Duke and allowed Louisville to hold on to win the school?s 2nd National Championship.

1980 National Championship
First championship
Louisville vs UCLA
59 - 54
24 March, 1980
Darrell Griffith scored the final points of his collegiate career with his transition jumpshot over UCLA. The basket gave the Cardinals a 58-56 lead over UCLA in the 1980 National Championship. Louisville held on to win the school's 1st National Championship.

2005 Elite Eight
Sealing the comeback
Louisville vs West Virginia
93 - 85
26 March, 2005
Louisville stormed back late in the 2nd half of the Elite Eight game against West Virginia to cut the lead to 2-pts. Larry O?Bannon tied the game to send it to overtime, laying the ball in with 39 seconds remaining. Louisville won in overtime to secure a spot in the FInal Four.

2013 Big East Chamionship
Ware alley-oop
Louisville vs Syracuse
78 - 61
16 March, 2013
As part of a 39-14 run to close the game, Peyton Siva found an air-walking Kevin Ware for a back-door alley-oop to give Louisville an insurmountable lead over Syracuse in the Big East Championship game. Ware was injured in the Elite 8, but continued to serve as an inspiration for the team.