Relive four of the greatest moments in Spurs basketball history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
2014 Finals: Game 5 vs Miami - 39-15 run
1999 Western Conference Finals: Game 2 vs Portland - Memorial Day Miracle
2003 Western Conference Finals: Game 6 vs Dallas - Kerr's four threes
1994 Regular Season vs Los Angeles - Robinson's 71-point game
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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2014 Finals: Game 5
Spurs vs Miami
104 - 87
15 June, 2014
All of the Spurs players had excellent games in Game 5 but Manu Ginobili had perhaps the most surprising play. Just before half Ginobili drove the court and put up a monster dunk over Chris Bosh and Ray Allen. The Spurs demolished the Heat in 5 games and gained their 5th title in 15 years.
1999 Western Conference Finals: Game 2
Memorial Day Miracle
Spurs vs Portland
86 - 85
31 May, 1999
The Spurs had battled back to get within 2 with 12 seconds remaining. Mario Elie inbounded the ball to Sean Elliott and Elliott came up big, hitting his sixth 3 pointer of the game to give the Spurs a 1 point lead. The momentum helped carry them to their first ever NBA championship.
2003 Western Conference Finals: Game 6
Kerr's four threes
Spurs vs Dallas
90 - 78
29 May, 2003
In the 2nd game of the Western Conference Finals the Spurs were down by 13 pts going into the 4th qtr. That's when the Spurs found another gear, going on a crushing 34-9 run. Steve Kerr was the unlikely hero hitting four 3-pointers. San Antonio won the game and went on to win their 2nd NBA title.
1994 Regular Season
Robinson's 71-point game
Spurs vs Los Angeles
112 - 97
24 April, 1994
David Robinson entered the last game of the season against the Clippers down 33 pts to Shaquille O?Neal for the scoring title. The Admiral shot 63 percent on 41 attempts and 72 percent on free throws. His last bucket was a jumper over Monta Ellis, giving him 71 and securing him the scoring title.