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

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

2014 National Championship vs Kentucky - Fourth championship
1999 National Championship vs Duke - First championship
2004 Final Four vs Duke - Okafor's putback
1990 Sweet Sixteen vs Clemson - The Shot

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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2014 National Championship
Fourth championship
UCONN vs Kentucky
60 - 54
7 April, 2014
No one expected 8 seed UConn to make it to the title game, but they made it and they shut down Kentucky to get their 4th Championship.The dagger late in the game was a pass from Shabazz Napier to DeAndre Daniels for a layup and a 6 point lead that Kentucky could not overcome.

1999 National Championship
First championship
UCONN vs Duke
77 - 74
29 March, 1999
With 20 secs left UConn was only up a point and Duke had a chance to take the lead but they traveled and had to foul. Khalid El-Amin went to the line and hit a clutch pair of free-throw. Duke couldn't get a final shot off and UConn got its first championship.

2004 Final Four
Okafor's putback
UCONN vs Duke
79 - 78
3 April, 2004
With 26 secs remaining, Okafor grabbed his own rebound and put it away to give UConn the lead. A trio of free throws for UConn put the game out of reach that even a last second 3 pointer by Duke couldn't overcome. The win took UCONN to the championship game where they netted their 2nd Championship.

1990 Sweet Sixteen
The Shot
UCONN vs Clemson
71 - 70
22 March, 1990
There was only 1 sec left and UConn was down by one point with the ball under their own basket. Scott Burrell took the ball and threw a full court pass to George Tate, who grabbed it, squared up and hit the game-winning jumper at the buzzer. The shot sent UConn to its second Elite Eight ever.