Relive four of the greatest moments in Michigan basketball history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
1993 Final Four vs Kentucky - Fab Five to the Finals
1989 National Championship vs Seton Hall - First championship
2008 Regular Season vs Duke - Major upset
2013 Sweet Sixteen vs Kansas - Burke takes it to OT
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.25" per coaster
- Weight: 0.25lbs (4oz)
- Natural edge
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1993 Final Four
Fab Five to the Finals
Michigan vs Kentucky
81 - 78
3 April, 1993
In the battle of two #1 seeds to see who would go to the Finals, the Fab Five prevailed over Kentucky. Michigan had the early lead but Kentucky battled back to take it to OT. With under a minute to go, Michigan was up by one-point and trying to extend their lead. Ray Jackson fed the ball into Chris Webber for the layup and the final points of the game. Michigan went on to face North Carolina in the title game.
1989 National Championship
Michigan vs Seton Hall
80 - 79
3 April, 1989
Seton Hall had battled back from a first half deficit to force Michigan to OT in the NCAA National Championship game. Michigan was down a point with only 3 seconds remaining in OT when Seton Hall fouled Rumeal Robinson. In the most clutch free throws of his life, Robinson sank both shots to give Michigan the win and their first NCAA Championship.
2008 Regular Season
Michigan vs Duke
81 - 73
6 December, 2008
Michigan pulled a major regular season upset in 2008 against #4 Duke. Battling back and forth for most of the first and second halves, with under 8 minutes remaining the score was tied at 53 apiece. Then Zack Novak hit back-to-back three-pointers to tie and then take the lead. Michigan never trailed after that.
2013 Sweet Sixteen
Burke takes it to OT
Michigan vs Kansas
87 - 85
29 March, 2013
Michigan made it all the way to the Championship game in 2013; their deepest tournament run since the Fab Five. To make it there they had to upset #1 Kansas in the Sweet Sixteen. With 4 seconds remaining, trailing by 3, Trey Burke hit a three-pointer to tie the game and send it to OT. Michigan prevailed in OT to move to the Elite Eight.