Relive four of the greatest vintage moments in Celtics basketball history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
1987 Eastern Conference Finals: Game 5 vs Detroit - Bird steals inbound pass
2002 Eastern Conference Finals: Game 3 vs New Jersey - 21-point comeback
1966 Finals: Game 7 vs Los Angeles - Eight in a row
1976 Finals: Game 5 vs Phoenix - Greatest Game Ever
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) - Stitched border
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1987 Eastern Conference Finals: Game 5
Bird steals inbound pass
Celtics vs Detroit
108 - 107
26 May, 1987
The ball is knocked out with only 5 seconds remaining. The ref signals possession for the Pistons. With the Pistons up by 1 point, it looked sure they would win. As Isaiah Thomas passes in, Larry Bird darts over, stealing the ball and passing it over to Dennis Johnson for a layup and the win.
2002 Eastern Conference Finals: Game 3
Celtics vs New Jersey
94 - 90
25 May, 2002
The Celtics were down 21 pts going into the 4th qtr, and it looked as if the Nets were sure to win Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals. But Paul Pierce and Antoine Walker rallied the team for a historic comeback capped off with a shot block from Walker that helped seal the win for the Celtics.
1966 Finals: Game 7
Eight in a row
Celtics vs Los Angeles
95 - 93
28 April, 1966
Bill Russell dunks over Elgin Baylor to give the Celtics a 10 point lead in Game 7 of the 1966 Finals on their way to Russell and the Celtics' eighth straight championship.
1976 Finals: Game 5
Greatest Game Ever
Celtics vs Phoenix
128 - 126
4 June, 1976
Many consider Game 5 of the 1976 NBA Finals the greatest game of basketball ever played. The teams were evenly matched and the game extended into triple overtime. As time wound down the Celtics were up by two and Glenn McDonald's basket gave Boston enough to finally win it.