Greatest UCLA Basketball Plays: Leatherette Coasters (Set of 4)

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

1973 National Championship vs Memphis State - Walton's 44 points
1968 Final Four vs Houston - Revenge
1995 Round of 32 vs Missouri - Edney's 4.8s dash
2008 Elite Eight vs Xavier - 3rd straight Final Four

These leatherette coasters are laser-etched to reveal a vibrant silver foil.
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.15" per coaster
- Weight: 0.15lbs (4oz) per coaster
- Stitched border

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1973 National Championship
Walton's 44 points
UCLA vs Memphis State
87 - 66
26 March, 1973
The 1973 season was a perfect season for UCLA. In the NCAA Championship against Memphis State, Bill Walton put on one of the best individual Finals performances ever, putting up 44 points. HIs final basket is shown here. UCLA won it's 9th title and it's 7th straight title.

1968 Final Four
UCLA vs Houston
101 - 69
22 March, 1968
UCLA had played Houston earlier in the season in what was dubbed the 'Game of the Century'. Lew Alcindor, now Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, was playing injured in that game and UCLA lost by 2 pts. With Alcindor healthy, UCLA crushed Houston in the Final Four, beating them by 32 pts.

1995 Round of 32
Edney's 4.8s dash
UCLA vs Missouri
75 - 74
19 March, 1995
With 4.8 seconds left on the clock, UCLA was down one point to Missouri. Tyus Edney got the ball by UCLA's own basket and streaked down the court to lay in a basket at the buzzer. The shot won the game and propelled them on to the 1995 title over Arkansas, UCLA's 11th championship overall.

2008 Elite Eight
3rd straight Final Four
UCLA vs Xavier
76 - 57
29 March, 2008
In 2008 UCLA was looking to make it's third straight Final Four appearance and they did it, steamrolling through Xavier. UCLA won by 19 points and the last basket of the game was this three-pointer; a final dagger to Xavier. The win notched UCLA it's 18th overall Final Four appearance.