Relive four of the greatest moments in Washington basketball history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
2015 Eastern Conference Quarters: Game 4 vs Toronto - Playoff sweep
1997 Regular Season vs Cleveland - Win or go home
2002 Regular Season vs Cleveland - Jordan's buzzer beater
1978 Finals: Game 7 vs Seattle - First Championship
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.25" per coaster
- Weight: 0.25lbs (4oz)
- Natural edge
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2015 Eastern Conference Quarters: Game 4
Washington vs Toronto
125 - 94
26 April, 2015
Washington swept through the first round of the playoffs, defeating Toronto in 4 games. In Game 4 Washington crushed Toronto, winning by 31 points. After jumping out to a 16 point lead at halftime, Washington extended it by going 7 for 8 on 3 pointers in the 3rd quarter. John Wall contributed this one with 4 minutes remaining off a pass from Nene Hilario.
1997 Regular Season
Win or go home
Washington vs Cleveland
85 - 81
20 April, 1997
Washington's berth in the 1997 playoffs came down to the very last game of the season against Cleveland. The winner would move on, the loser would go home. Washington trailed 35 - 44 at half but battled back and was holding a tenuous one-point lead with 1:30 to go. Juwan Howard hit his last shot with 13 seconds left to put Washington up by 4. The win gave them their first spot in the playoffs since 1988.
2002 Regular Season
Jordan's buzzer beater
Washington vs Cleveland
93 - 92
31 January, 2002
In this regular season matchup against Cleveland, Michael Jordan once again stole the game. After a Cleveland bucket, Washington only had 1.6 seconds left to score the winning basket. Popeye Jones found Jordan rolling around a screen, and Jordan hit the jumper as time expired to get the win for Washington.
1978 Finals: Game 7
Washington vs Seattle
105 - 99
7 June, 1978
With the clock winding down, Seattle had whittled an 11 point Washington lead down to just 2 points. A foul on Wes Unseld netted Washington 2 more points and then a break-away by Bob Dandridge for a dunk sealed the game. The win gave Washington their first NBA Championship title.