Greatest Rockets Plays Poster: Olajuwon blocks Starks (1994)

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Relive one of the greatest moments in Rockets basketball history with this museum-quality, matte black poster:


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.


Museum-quality posters made on thick and durable matte paper. Add a wonderful accent to your room and office with these posters that are sure to brighten any environment.
- Paper thickness: 10.3 mil
- Paper weight: 5.6 oz/y² (192 g/m²)
- Giclée printing quality
- Opacity: 94%



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Scott LaFrenz
Great Quality

I can hear the voice of Johnny Most every time I look at the print. Great quality and great conversation starter!

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Andrea Zermeno
Amazing quality

The poster I ordered arrived quickly and looks exactly as what was pictured. Will definitely be purchasing again. Also, love the quality of the paper used!

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nancy tengesdal

Greatest Mariners Plays Poster: Iconic (1995)

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Evan Byrnside
The Bow

Such a cool idea and unique product. I have this one and two other Hawks plays framed in my office. Hoping for a "Shimmy" Hawks play soon! These also make awesome gifts for sports fans. I wouldn't put much stock into the negative reviews on this. This paper these are printed on is not meant to be touched, especially if your hands/fingers are oily.