Relive four of the greatest moments in Brooklyn basketball history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
1976 ABA Finals: Game 6 vs Denver- The Finals Comeback
2003 Eastern Conference Finals: Game 1 vs Detroit - Consecutive Conf. Champs
2012 Regular Season vs Houston - The Windmill Alley-Oop
2014 Eastern Conference First Round: Game 7 vs Toronto - Series Winning Block
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1976 ABA Finals: Game 6
The Finals Comeback
New York vs Denver
112 - 106
May 13, 1976
Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Uniondale, NY
Having won the 1974 Finals, Dr. J led New York into the finals once again, looking for another title. Erving won the ABA MVP for the third straight year. In Game 6, New York had fallen behind and trailed by 22 points with over 16 minutes remaining. NY then mounted a comeback and won their 2nd title.
2003 Eastern Conference Finals: Game 1
Consecutive Conf. Champs
New Jersey vs Detroit
76 - 74
May 18, 2003
The Palace, Auburn Hills, MI
New Jersey was searching for their 2nd consecutive conference title. With only 1.4 seconds remaining in Game 1, Kidd sank a jumper to steal a victory in Detroit. NJ would also squeak away Game 2 and then finish the sweep at home. Without the Game 1 victory, who knows how it would've turned out.
2012 Regular Season
The Windmill Alley-Oop
New Jersey vs Houston
106 - 112
March 10, 2012
Prudential Center, Newark, NJ
In 2012, Gerald Green whipped out something that you would previously only see in the dunk contest - only it wasn't. This was an in game windmill alley-oop dunk that got fans out of their seats and their couches. You know it's good when even the opposing bench reacts in awe.
2014 Eastern Conference First Round: Game 7
Series Winning Block
Brooklyn vs Toronto
104 - 103
May 4, 2014
Air Canada Centre, Toronto, ON
Searching for Brooklyn's first playoff series win, it was Game 7 and Toronto had possession with the chance to win. A scrappy drive to the basket led Lowry to have a chance for a layup but Paul Pierce came out of nowhere for the block. It sealed Brooklyn's only playoff series victory to this date.