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

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

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  • 14,000+ Five-Star Reviews on Etsy

  • Perfect gift for any fan

  • Four unique plays in each set

  • As seen on ESPN, Barstool Sports, and more!


Relive UCONN Huskies history with this unique gift: 
UCONN Plays Coaster Set
 4 distinct great moments

Capture the excitement from four of the greatest UCONN plays. What are your favorite memories from Harry A. Gampel Pavilion? Now you can cherish them every day with these high quality slate coasters.

Buy for yourself or as a great gift idea for any dedicated UCONN alumni or fan. These coasters are more than just functional and unique; they're a testament to your unwavering Huskies love.

Product Features:

  • Set of four coasters laser-etched with the UCONN Huskies greatest moments.
  • Modern, classy, and unique. Perfect addition to any room's decor.
  • Precision and quality ensure every detail of the historic plays.
  • Crafted from 100% natural slate with natural edge for authenticity.
  • Felt backing to protect your tables.
  • Shipping Assurance: We guarantee safe delivery. If your coasters arrive cracked or damaged, we'll promptly send you replacements.

UCONN plays included:

2011 Conference Tournament: Quarterfinals vs Pittsburgh
Cardiac step back
1999 National Championship vs Duke
First championship
2004 National Semifinals vs Duke
The putback
2014 National Championship vs Kentucky
Huskies the whole time

⭐ 12,000+ Five Star Reviews across all storefronts ⭐

"The best purchase I have made in a while. They are AWESOME! the coasters are so nice I made a second order.. perfect”
- Reel Time on July 22, 2023
WOW! Everything I wanted and more. Much better in person!”
 - Joseph on Sept 28, 2023


With each coaster, you'll not only protect your surfaces but also honor the unforgettable moments that define your UCONN Huskies fandom. Whether for yourself or as a gift for your father, friend, husband, or more - we know these coasters are sure to rock! (pun intended).

Order this unique coaster set today and let the memories live on.



2011 Conference Tournament: Quarterfinals
Cardiac step back
UCONN vs Pittsburgh
76 - 74
10 March, 2011
This shot had it all: crossover, step-back, broken ankles, swish, buzzer-beater, tremendous play-call. Kemba's step back is truly iconic.

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 National Semifinals
The 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.

2014 National Championship
Huskies the whole time
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.


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Customer Reviews

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Kaytee Welsh

Love it

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Richard Michel
Great Product

Coasters are good quality

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Colleen Saville
Awesome idea. A bit hard to read.

Need a brighter white paint against slate. Still, awesome and clever gift for my dad, who’s the ultimate Cs fan.

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KN
Incorrect Timestamps, No Reply From Company

I received my coasters, and unfortunately two had a minor mistake - the down/distance and times on them were swapped. I emailed Playbook about this to see if they could send corrected versions and I haven’t had a reply.

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