Greatest Pistons Plays: Slate Coasters (Set of 4)

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

1989 Finals: Game 4 vs Los Angeles - Bad Boys win the title
1990 Finals: Game 5 vs Portland - 007 game
1998 Regular Season vs Miami - Hill dunks on Mourning
2004 Finals: Game 5 vs Los Angeles - Third championship

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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1989 Finals: Game 4
Bad Boys win the title
Pistons vs Los Angeles
105 - 97
13 June, 1989
The Detroit Bad Boys were dominant in the Finals, sweeping the Lakers in 4 games. With 30 seconds to go in Game 4 the Pistons executed a fantastic series of passes to hit Laimbeer in the corner for a jumper. It was a margin that the Lakers could not overcome, and it gave Detroit its 1st NBA title.

1990 Finals: Game 5
007 game
Pistons vs Portland
92 - 90
14 June, 1990
With 10 minutes to go Portland was up by 8, but Vinnie

1998 Regular Season
Hill dunks on Mourning
Pistons vs Miami
103 - 90
16 March, 1998
Grant Hill and Alonzo Mourning had been going at it the entire game and had just come off of what could be considered a tackle by Hill. With tempers up, Hill drove the length of the court, clearly intending to score. Hill scored this monster dunk over Mourning and got the foul.

2004 Finals: Game 5
Third championship
Pistons vs Los Angeles
100 - 87
15 June, 2004
In Game 5 the Pistons continued to play the scrappy, unselfish basketball that would lead them to their 3rd title, epitomized in this 4th quarter play. Richard Hamilton passes to Ben Wallace who puts up the shot and misses, then Tayshaun Prince scoops the rebound and finishes with a dunk.