Ranking 10 Most Clutch Players in NBA History
#1 Michael Jordan
From “The Shot” against the Cavs in the 1989 playoffs to his astonishing “Flu Game” performance in the 1997 Finals to drilling the most iconic game-winner in NBA history the following year, Jordan is inarguably the most clutch player of all time. Pressure never seemed to rattle MJ, who connected on many game-winning shots throughout his career. He even made one of college basketball’s all-time most memorable shots when he sank a go-ahead jumper in the final stages of the 1982 NCAA title game.