this depends on in how many minutes ? last 5 or 2 ? if you wanna learn you can look up in google
Great statment. I think being clutch on defense is a lot more important than being clutch on offense. Jordan would pass up shots if he didn't have a good one, but on defense Jordan would always go after who ever he thought would be the playmaker.There's also being clutch on defense too. Not making bad decisions. Remember that he set-up the jumper on Russell by stripping Karl Malone the play before.
I think you're forgetting last year's NBA Finals Game 5.Horry's biggest moment was a shot that he recieved because of a lucky tap and bounce right toward him.