Relive four of the greatest moments in Kings basketball history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
2002 Western Conference Finals: Game 5 vs Los Angeles - The Shot
1999 Regular Season vs Seattle - White Chocolate
2001 Western Conference First Round: Game 4 vs Phoenix - First series win
1996 Western Conference First Round: Game 2 vs Seattle - The Rock
These slate coasters are laser-etched indelibly into the stone itself. - Size: 4" x 4" x 0.25" per coaster - Weight: 0.25lbs (4oz) - Natural edge
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2002 Western Conference Finals: Game 5
Kings vs Los Angeles
92 - 91
28 May, 2002
The greatest shot in Sacramento history. Trailing by 1 with just over 11 seconds, a well drawn up inbounds play allowed Bibby a clear shot which he knocked down and took the series lead 3-2 against Kobe and Shaq's LA team. While the series' finish wasn't ideal, this shot will always be remembered.
1999 Regular Season
Kings vs Seattle
109 - 106
17 February, 1999
Rookie Jason Williams found himself on a breakaway with 9x All-Defensive First Team selection Gary Payton in front of him. With the confident swagger fans would grow accustomed to, "White Chocolate" hit Payton with a crossover that gave him no other option but attempt to trip Williams as he blew by.
2001 Western Conference First Round: Game 4
First series win
Kings vs Phoenix
89 - 82
2 May, 2001
Searching for Sacramento's first series win, Webber (15 and 10) and Stojakovi? (37 points) took over the game but it was a late shot from Pollard that helped to seal the win. Christie followed up with a breakaway layup from a steal to stretch the lead to six, essentially cementing the victory.
1996 Western Conference First Round: Game 2
Kings vs Seattle
90 - 81
28 April, 1996
Easily one of the top two Sacramento players ever, Mitch "The Rock" Richmond. His 37 points gave Sacramento their first ever playoff win and tons of entertainment during seasons where Sacramento couldn't ever fully put it together. His number is the first number retired by the team.