Relive one of the greatest moments in Rockets basketball history with this ceramic 11oz mug depicting this play:
1994 Finals: Game 6
Olajuwon blocks Starks
Rockets vs New York
86 - 84
19 June, 1994
1994 was the year Houston earned the title 'Clutch City' after overcoming a 0-2 deficit against Phoenix in the Conference Semifinals. It was a title they earned over again in the 7 game series with New York for the championship. Down 3-2 in the critical Game 6, Houston was up a basket and there were only seconds left on the clock, but New York had the ball and a chance to win. Hakeem Olajuwon came up huge, blocking John Stark's 3 point attempt that would have given New York the title. The block forced Game 7, which Houston won to bring home their first championship title.
Add a splash of color to your morning coffee or tea ritual! These ceramic mugs not only have a beautiful design on them, but also a colorful rim, handle, and inside, so the mug is bound to spice up your mug rack. - Ceramic - Dishwasher and microwave safe - Height: 3.85" (9.8 cm) - Diameter: 3.35" (8.5 cm) - Black rim, inside, and handle
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I was stoked my brother got me two Mariners mugs for Christmas (the Mariners are a baseball team in Seattle). This is the perfect gift for an M's fan. Great product, microwavable/dishwasher safe, and the perfect size. Also honestly, they would just look good on a shelf/mantle as a conversation piece. I use King Félix' Perfecto every morning. Thinking about potting a cactus in the '95 one. Bless our blessings.
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I got 3 of them for gifts and they loved them.
The product looks nice and the service was on point.
My first order was lost in the mail, but they immediately sent me a replacement.