Warriors Greatest Plays Coasters

$50.00


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

2013 Western Conference Semifinals: Game 4 - Thompson for the tie
2007 Western Conference Quarterfinals: Game 6 - NBA's Biggest Playoff Upset
1987 Western Conference Semifinals: Game 4 - The Sleepy Floyd Game
1975 NBA Finals: Game 3 - Rick Barry's 38pt Game

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2013 Western Conference Semifinals: Game 4
Thompson for the tie
Golden State vs. San Antonio
97 - 87
May 12, 2013
Oracle Arena, Oakland, CA
In the 2013 NBA Playoffs Golden State proved they could play with the best, with an exhilarating Game 4 win over the future champs, San Antonio. Jarrett Jack tied the game with a minute to go, but a quick basket by Tony Parker gave San Antonio the lead again. Klay Thompson then beat Kawhi Leonard for a short jumper to tie it and take it to overtime. Golden State dominated in overtime, handily beating San Antonio.
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2007 Western Conference Quarterfinals: Game 6
NBA's Biggest Playoff Upset
Golden State vs. Dallas
111 - 86
May 3, 2007
Oracle Arena, Oakland, CA
In 2007 Golden State ended their 12 year playoff drought and became the first ever #8 seed to beat a #1 in a 7 game series. Golden State eliminated Dallas in Game 6 after going on an amazing 24 - 3 run in the 3rd quarter. During that run, Stephen Jackson hit his last 3 pointer of the night, capping off a record 7 for 7 performance.
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1987 Western Conference Semifinals: Game 4
The Sleepy Floyd Game
Golden State vs. Los Angeles
129 - 121
May 10, 1987
Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, CA
It's perhaps the top playoff performance ever. Facing the dominant Los Angeles, Sleepy Floyd pulled Golden State back from a sweep, going on a fantastic 2nd half run to overcome a 15 point deficit. Floyd recorded 29 points in the 4th quarter for a total of a record 39 in the 2nd half. Floyd's last basket of the game (except free throws) came off of a pick by Joe Barry Carroll.
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1975 NBA Finals: Game 3
Rick Barry's 38pt Game
Golden State vs. Washington
109 - 101
May 23, 1975
Cow Palace, Daly City, CA
Led by NBA Finals MVP Rick Barry, Golden State dominated Washington, sweeping them for the 1975 title. Barry's best game of the series was Game 3 where he put up 38 points in the win. His last basket of the game was a jumper off a cutting pass from Butch Beard.
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