Good measurement of the clutch process.
It’s a question that’s asked among many NBA fans; who’s more clutch between Kobe Bryant and LeBron James. Over the years both super-stars have had their fair share of clutch moments but let’s look at the facts and step away from the narratives for a second.
There are many definitions as to what people define as “clutch”. Personally, I feel that a player being “clutch” means that they provide for their team efficiently and on consistent basis when their team needs it most: whether that be in the last 24 seconds; 30 seconds, 2 minutes, 5 minutes, elimination games or a game 7 and therefore these are the examples that I will use.
As the 2014 season progresses I will try to keep these stats as up to date as possible.
(Last update: Friday 14th February; 16:00 GMT)
Regular Season; a shot to tie or take the lead
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