Relive four of the greatest moments in Oklahoma City basketball history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
2017 Regular Season: Game 80 vs Denver - Westbrook's MVP Moment
2012 Western Conference Finals: Game 6 vs San Antonio - Winning the West
2011 Western Conference Semis: Game 4 vs Memphis - Triple OT Thriller
2018 Playoffs First Round: Game 5 vs Utah - The Comeback
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.25" per coaster
- Weight: 0.25lbs (4oz)
- Natural edge
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2017 Regular Season: Game 80
Westbrook's MVP Moment
Oklahoma City vs Denver
106 - 105
9 April, 2017
Two days after securing the triple-double average throughout an entire season, Westbrook got his 42nd triple-double of the season, breaking Oscar's record. His 50pt 16reb and 10ast performance included scoring the team's final 15 points and a 36ft game winner to knock Denver out of the playoffs. Legendary.
2012 Western Conference Finals: Game 6
Winning the West
Oklahoma City vs San Antonio
107 - 99
6 June, 2012
Leading the series 3-2, OKC was looking to win the West and head to their first Finals appearance. A suprisingly easy bucket came with 30 seconds left as Perkins slipped through the defense for a wide open dunk to all but solidify the victory. The best team Oklahoma has seen featured future MVP's Durant, Westbrook and Harden.
2011 Western Conference Semis: Game 4
Triple OT Thriller
Oklahoma City vs Memphis
133 - 123
9 May, 2011
One of the most entertaining games in OKC history, the crucial Game 4 matchup went all the way to a triple OT. Durant's iso dagger in 3OT was smooth - left, right, behind the back - Battier had good defense but Durant's talent was too much as he sank the jumper to clinch the game and regain home-court advantage.
2018 Playoffs First Round: Game 5
Oklahoma City vs Utah
107 - 99
25 April, 2018
Down by 25 with 8:30 left to play in the 3rd qtr, OKC faced an embarassing playoff elimination at home. That is, until OKC went on a 32-7 run to tie the game at the end of the 3rd quarter and the eventual win behind Westbrook's 45 and George's 34 pts. This was the 3rd largest comeback in NBA Playoff history.