Since his terrible 3 game "non-clutch" stretch, tonight's game would make the Cavs like 4-1 in games decided by one possession since then. And that's ignoring all the other clutch plays and free throws he's improved on. And he always has the ball in his hands on that final possession. ...Yeah, he's clutch. He's had his failures like others, but like I've said.. saying he's "not clutch" was incorrect. http://sports.espn.go.com/nba/dailydime?page=dailydime-060411 "LeBron James hit a field goal in the final second of play to give the Cavaliers a 103-101 win over the Hornets. James has made 19 of 29 field-goal attempts this season in the last two minutes of a one-possession game (66 percent). No other player with at least 25 attempts has made more than half of them. Derek Fisher ranks second at 50 percent (13-for-26)." I can think of a few players who are more deserving of the ball on the final play, but he's far from a choker or fader in clutch time.