We throw the word clutch around like it's nothing nowadays, but the truth of the matter is that everybody has a different perception of the word and what it truly means to be.
That being said, the Heat have been looking for an answer to this question since the formation of the Big Three in Miami: Who is more clutch, Dwyane Wade or LeBron James? Many people think this is an easy answer and point to Wade's performance in 2006 and the buzzer-beaters he has hit throughout his career.
However, my high school coach used to always say, "I want to know what have you done for me lately, not what have you done for me in the past." We have seen Kobe prove this recently as he taints his title as "the best closer in the game."
For the most part, people have identified and deemed Wade as the most clutch player on the Heat and as the guy who needs to have the ball in his hands in the fourth quarter. And as impressive as he's been in the past few games, LeBron James is the more clutch player. Now, hold on, pick your jaw up off the floor, and hear me out.