14 Minutes of Allen Iverson Clutch Shots and Game Winners
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I think it’s unfair when people use the number of NBA rings a players has as the biggest criteria in determining the greatness of that player and if he deserves the title of “winner” or not. Iverson only had one shot at a championship and walked away from the league without one. But, there’s no question that he was a winner on the court and just as scary taking the last second shot as he was making the move before it.
Now thanks to pennyccwai, we have 14 minutes of evidence showcasing the cold-blooded AI performing in the clutch. And if you don’t have 14 minutes, then here’s a three minute video showing 12 game-winners by AI.
MOST CLUTCH PLAYERS
Back in 2011, Bleachereport created a list called “The 50 Most Clutch Players of All Time” and they placed AI at #32. Too high or too low for the man who averaged 33 points 6 assists and 5 rebounds during the 2001 Playoffs?