Greatest Indiana Plays Coasters

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

2011 Non-Conference Game vs. Kentucky - Watford for the win
2001 Big Ten Conference Game vs. Michigan State - Haston's buzzer beater
1987 NCAA Championship vs. Syracuse - The Shot
1976 NCAA Championship vs. Michigan - Undefeated champions

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2011 Non-Conference Game
Watford for the win
Indiana vs. #1 Kentucky
73 - 72
December 10, 2011
Assembly Hall, Bloomington, IN
Indiana wasn't supposed to be a challenge for #1 Kentucky but late in the game they had taken the lead in the 2nd and had forced 17 turnovers from Kentucky. Kentucky battled back and with time running out they were up by 2 points. Verdell Jones III took the ball with 5 seconds left and drove the court, kicking back to Christian Watford who put up his 4th three-pointer of the night. The shot hit home giving Indiana another huge #1 upset.
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2001 Big Ten Conference Game
Haston's buzzer beater
Indiana vs. #1 Michigan State
59 - 58
January 7, 2001
Assembly Hall, Bloomington, IN
No one gave unranked Indiana much of a chance when it faced #1 Michigan State, with most sportscasters predicting a blow out. But Indiana stayed close all game, playing ferocious defense, and had the game tied at 58 with 7 seconds left. Indiana inbounded and passed around finding Kirk Haston on the 3 point line. Haston sank the 3 as time expired to win the game.
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1987 NCAA Championship
The Shot
#1 Indiana vs. #2 Syracuse
74 - 73
March 30, 1987
Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, LA
After being pulled earlier in the game by Bobby Knight, Keith Smart reentered the game with a vengeance, scoring 12 of Indiana's last 16 points. Trailing by 1 point with 27 seconds on the clock, Indiana brought the ball upcourt. Steve Alford was covered so Keith Smart got the ball and penetrated, passing to Daryl Thomas. Thomas couldn't get a clean shot and found Smart again who hit a jumper with 5 seconds remaining to give Indiana the lead and their 5th championship.
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1976 NCAA Championship
Undefeated champions
#? Indiana vs. #? Michigan
86 - 68
March 29, 1976
The Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA
Indiana was trailing by 6 points at the half and would have to play the second without Bob Wilkerson. But the undefeated team was up for the challenge. Quinn Buckner helped shift the momentum with this great steal to give Indiana a 4 point lead. Indiana went on to win by 18 points, getting their third National Championship title.
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