Are there "clutch" players or performances in sports?
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10-15-2012, 02:57 PM
Join Date: Jun 2012
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Clutch exists , two perfect examples Michael Jordan and Jerry Rice.
Jordan scored on 49.7% of regular season shots.
Jordan scored on 48.7% of playoff shots.
Jordan scored on 50% of playoff game winning attempts 9 of 18.
At various points he dipped below 50%. Is that clutch or is that pretty darn consistent?
Making plays under pressure are important, but that is always part of sports.
The reality is great players are given the opportunity to make big plays and because they are great, they make them at a relatively high rate.
Whether people remember the good or the bad is up to them.
Jerry Rice was pretty good in non pressure situations too.
Last edited by truck: 10-15-2012 at
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