LeBron James has had an illustrious career in the league so far and continues to build on his legacy every season.
However, questions have been raised about his performance during clutch moments. Let's erase that misconception and have a look at some of his top playoff clutch moments.
The score was tied at 84-84 and only 1.5 seconds were left for the buzzer to go off. That is when Bron hit a deep 2 from the corner over Jimmy Butler that tied the series. They eventually won and reached the NBA Finals that year too.
This was LeBron James' first playoff buzzer-beater that gave Cleveland a 96-95 win against Magic. However, Orlando was the one who ended up winning the series.
The Pacers were inches away from upsetting the Cavs in this game. But with the score tied at 95 and 3 seconds left, Bron came to the rescue. He blocked an attempted layup and then drilled a deep three for the win.
The Heat was one game away from bagging back-to-back championships. Bron came up big in the fourth quarter and hit his iconic clutch jumper that gave them a four-point lead with 8 seconds remaining.