Relive four of the greatest moments in Memphis basketball history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
2008 National Semifinals vs UCLA - 38 Wins
2007 Round of 16 vs Texas A&M - Clutch
2013 Regular Season vs SE Missouri ST - Circus Ball
1982 Conference Semifinals vs Virginia Tech - Tip-in at the Buzzer
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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2008 National Semifinals
Memphis vs UCLA
78 - 63
5 April, 2008
CDR's dunk over Kevin Love got everyone off their feet and helped seal Memphis's Finals ticket and their 38th win in one season - a record.
2007 Round of 16
Memphis vs Texas A&M
65 - 64
22 March, 2007
Down by 1 with three seconds left, Anderson was 1/4 from the line on the night and shooting 64% for the season - but he sunk both free throws to advance Memphis. Clutch.
2013 Regular Season
Memphis vs SE Missouri ST
77 - 65
21 December, 2013
Off of a turnover by SE Missouri, Memphis's Michael Dixon tossed the ball over his head to Geron Johnson who passed behind his back to Chris Crawford for an open 3, who instead lobbed it up for streaking Shaq Goodwin who slammed it home in a Globetrotters-esque play.
1982 Conference Semifinals
Tip-in at the Buzzer
Memphis vs Virginia Tech
71 - 70
6 March, 1982
Down by one in the semifinals of the Metro Conference tournament, Ricky McCoy attempted a game winning shot with just seconds to go. The shot missed but thankfully Bobby Parks was there to tip in the rebound just as time expired and won the game for Memphis.
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Coasters are so nice and the owner was so nice to ship them out quickly for a last minute gift. Thank you!
Awesome gift for those who know the X’s and O’s. So cool !