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Here’s how we define clutch: making difficult shots late in games.When a star player fails to do that, he’s a choker in the minds of a large community of fans.
It’s not fair at all, but that’s how it is.
But is LBJ actually that terrible?
We looked at the fourth-quarter shooting stats and shot charts of the most important players in the NBA Finals.
As it turns out, of the seven players who have taken more than 20 fourth-quarter shots in the 2012 playoffs, LeBron is NOT the biggest choke artist of the bunch.
In fact, he’s right in the middle of the pack.
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