Greatest North Carolina Plays Coasters

Regular price $50.00

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

2009 ACC Conference Game vs. Florida State - 10-game win streak
2005 ACC Championship vs. Duke - And-1 Comeback
1993 NCAA Championship vs. Michigan - Third championship
1982 NCAA Championship vs. Georgetown - Second championship

Rest your pint on history.

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2009 ACC Conference Game
10-game win streak
#5 North Carolina vs. Florida State
80 - 77
January 28, 2009
Donald L. Tucker Center, Tallahassee, FL
Ty Lawson canned a huge 3 pointer at the buzzer on the road against Florida State to help North Carolina escape with a win and continue a 10-game conference winning streak. The 2009 North Carolina team was barely tested as they steamrolled through to an ACC Regular Season Title and the NCAA National Championship.
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2005 ACC Championship
And-1 Comeback
#2 North Carolina vs. #6 Duke
75 - 73
March 6, 2005
Dean E. Smith Center, Chapel Hill, NC
In 2005, #2 North Carolina faced nemesis Duke at home looking to clinch their first ACC regular season crown since 1993. Down by 1-point with 19.4 seconds remaining, Marvin Williams rebounded Raymond Felton’s missed free throw and then completed a stunning and-one to swing the game in favor of North Carolina. That sealed the ACC Conference Title and set the stage for the team to go on and win the 2005 National Title.
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1993 NCAA Championship
Third championship
#1 North Carolina vs. #1 Michigan
77 - 71
April 5, 1993
Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, LA
With 1 minute left in the contest, Eric Montross threw down a thunderous slam on a nice find from George Lynch to give North Carolina a two-possession lead over Michigan in the 1993 NCAA Championship Final. Michigan would not be able to rally and North Carolina claimed its 3rd National Title.
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1982 NCAA Championship
Second championship
#1 North Carolina vs. #1 Georgetown
63 - 62
March 29, 1982
Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, LA
Down by 1 point, Michael Jordan took the first step towards his basketball legend with a last second jump shot that propelled North Carolina past Georgetown in the 1982 NCAA Championship. The shot gave North Carolina their first National Title since 1957.
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