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    Durant and Rondo best in clutch time in 2012 playoffs

    Clutch time = Last five minutes of the fourth quarter or overtime with a score differential of five points or less

    Most clutch-time points During 2012 playoffs

    Player FGM FGA FG% 3PM 3PA FTM FTA PTS

    Kevin Durant 12 20 60.0% 1 6 9 12 34
    Rajon Rondo 14 26 53.8% 0 0 4 5 32
    LeBron James 5 16 31.3% 2 4 18 25 30
    Kobe Bryant 7 23 30.4% 3 10 12 12 29
    Kevin Garnett 11 24 45.8% 1 3 5 6 28

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    Notice Lebron's are mostly all free throws. He has the least FG's made on this list, with only 5, compared to Rondo who is tops with 14 buckets.


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    Rajon!!!!!!! SO CLUTCH

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    Look at lebrons 7 missed FTs.

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    And Rondo has only missed one clutch time FT, which was last night. Didn't end up hurting us, though.


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    dude you didnt hear? small sample size bro

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    Quote Originally Posted by riveramk2 View Post
    dude you didnt hear? small sample size bro
    That's why it's called the playoffs and not the regular season. There aren't a lot of games. They matter more and you have to play your best in less time. It's put up or shut up ... play with the big boys or go home.


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    lebron needs to redo his form on free throws in the offseason. it has nothing to do with clutch, it is poor form. he is off balance when he shoots free throw and you can't expect him to be consistent with poor form.

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    Plus he traveled.

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    jesus Wade, stop shooting 3's

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    "Notice Lebron's are mostly all free throws."

    fitting.

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    Nobody can touch Durants clutch stats even with him going invisible for the first 2 games against SAS.

    Bron has a TS% of 55.6 and a turnover rate of 3.03 and an assist% of 35.7

    It adds up to an offensive rtg of 105 and a defensive rtg of 81.8 and his team is +22.5


    Rondo has a higher turnover rate and a lower usage.

    This gives him a 101.5 offensive rating and 104.5 defensive rtg, his team is -3.3.



    Thats more important, but Rondo has played about 23 more minutes of "clutch time" but only scored 2 more pts.
    Last edited by Chronz; 06-04-2012 at 06:16 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chronz View Post
    Nobody can touch Durants clutch stats even with him going invisible for the first 2 games against SAS.

    Bron has a TS% of 55.6 and a turnover rate of 3.03 and an assist% of 35.7

    It adds up to an offensive rtg of 105 and a defensive rtg of 81.8 and his team is +22.5


    Rondo has a higher turnover rate and a lower usage.

    This gives him a 101.5 offensive rating and 104.5 defensive rtg, his team is -3.3.



    Thats more important, but Rondo has played about 23 more minutes of "clutch time" but only scored 2 more pts.
    Rondo's also not the main scoring option on his team. Everyone else on the list, except for KG, is considered their team's #1 option.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 69centers View Post
    Rondo's also not the main scoring option on his team. Everyone else on the list, except for KG, is considered their team's #1 option.
    Thats why his lessened efficiency makes it less impressive. Hes not even the main threat of opposing defenses.
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    LeBron shouldn't be punished for his ability to get to the foul line at the end of games. Even if some of the calls are tough to swallow, he's among the best in the game at getting to the stripe with or without help from the officials. It would look nicer if he was making just a few more of them.

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