The Most Clutch Shots of the NBA Playoffs

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The Most Clutch Shots of the NBA Playoffs
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Clutch buckets, buzzer-beaters and late-game heroism are awesome enough in the NBA's regular season, but in the playoffs, they're transcendent.

We haven't yet reached the midpoint of the 2013 postseason, and there have already been a half-dozen jaw-dropping shots.

Kevin Durant and Chris Paul have tossed in a couple of game-winners, Andre Miller took a rookie to school and of course, Nate Robinson and Joe Johnson traded huge baskets during the postseason's signature game: a triple-overtime thriller that pushed both teams (and millions of viewers) to the limit.

There are sure to be a few more entries before the playoffs conclude, and as we progress further into the postseason, the stakes will only get higher. But even if the list stopped now, we'd have a pretty darn impressive collection of clutch shots.

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