Greatest Wisconsin Plays - Leatherette Coasters (Set of 4)

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

2015 Final Four vs Kentucky - Revenge for 2014
2003 Second Round vs Tulsa - Owen's buzzer beater
2000 Elite Eight vs Purdue - Cinderella Run
2015 Big Ten Championship vs Michigan State - Big Ten Champions

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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2015 Final Four
Revenge for 2014
Wisconsin vs Kentucky
71 - 64
4 April, 2015
In the 2015 NCAA Final Four, Wisconsin had a chance to upset Kentucky's perfect season and repay them for ousting them in the previous year's Final Four. The game was evenly matched and with under two minutes to go the score was tied at 60 apiece. From there Wisconsin went on an 11 - 4 run to win the game. The run started with a three-pointer on a step-back shot Sam Dekker. The win moved Wisconsin on to the title game.

2003 Second Round
Owen's buzzer beater
Wisconsin vs Tulsa
61 - 60
22 February, 2003
With seconds left in the second round game against Tulsa, Wisconsin was down by 2 points. Devin Harris drove the ball down the court and passed to Freddie Owens with 3 seconds to spare. Owens three-pointer gave the team the lead with a second to spare. The win gave Wisconsin a trip to the Sweet Sixteen.

2000 Elite Eight
Cinderella Run
Wisconsin vs Purdue
64 - 60
25 March, 2000
Wisconsin's Cinderella team had a tough game against Purdue in the 2000 NCAA Sweet Sixteen. With under 3 minutes to play, Wisconsin had a one point lead and would never trail again. Roy Boone's jumper was the last field goal of the game. Wisconsin went on to score another 8 points on free throws to win a trip to the Final Four for only the second time in school history.

2015 Big Ten Championship
Big Ten Champions
Wisconsin vs Michigan State
80 - 69
15 March, 2015
Nearing the end of the Big Ten Championship game, Bronson Koenig hit two free-throws to tie the game at 69 and send it to overtime. In OT it was all Wisconsin; they didn't allow a single basket from Michigan State. The start of the dominant 11 - 0 run came on a three pointer from Nigel Hayes off a pass from Frank Kaminsky. The win gave Wisconsin their third Big Ten title.