Greatest West Virginia Basketball Plays: Leatherette Coasters (Set of 4)

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

2010 National Quarterfinals vs Kentucky - 3 point barrage
2016 Conference Semifinals vs Oklahoma - This shot counted
2005 Round of 32 vs Wake Forest - Double OT
1983 Regular Season vs UNLV - Beating #1

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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2010 National Quarterfinals
3 point barrage
West Virginia vs Kentucky
73 - 66
27 March, 2010
West Virginia caught fire from three against Kentucky in the National Quarterfinals, making five in a row to give the Mountaineers a five point lead. WVU would win 73-66 and advance to the National Semifinals.

2016 Conference Semifinals
This shot counted
West Virginia vs Oklahoma
69 - 67
11 March, 2016
Trailing by one against Oklahoma in the Big 12 tournament semifinals, Jaysean Paige hit a pull up jumper from the free throw line to give WVU a one point lead with 11 seconds remaining. After a defensive stop and a made free throw by the Mountaineers, Buddy Hield banked in half court shot that was waived off as he didn't get the shot off in time, and WVU advanced to the tournament championship.

2005 Round of 32
Double OT
West Virginia vs Wake Forest
111 - 105
19 March, 2005
It took two overtimes for No. 7 seed WVU to knock off No. 2 seed Wake Forest in the Round of 32. Center Kevin Pittsnogle helped lead the Mountaineers to victory with a clutch three in the second overtime.

1983 Regular Season
Beating #1
West Virginia vs UNLV
87 - 78
27 February, 1983
In what many people consider the best game in Mountaineer basketball history, WVU knocked off top ranked UNLV and their legendary coach Jerry Tarkanian by a score of 87-78.

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