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They are doing a segment on espn called "most clutch player" active. They have one analyst from each sport, so its pretty cool to hear them all argue with eachother.

Tom Brady- Sean Salisbury
Martin Brodeur- Barry Melrose
Kobe Bryant- Jamal Mashburn
Derrick Jeter- Steve Phillips


I think Martin Brodeur is the most clutch.
 

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Steve Phillips is a moron who should never talk about sports again. You should have heard some of the crap he said about Brady and Kobe.

I'd go with Brady followed by Jeter. Kobe's 3rd.
 

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Tiger Woods?

Seems strange to limit this to team sports. You know, seeing as they are TEAM sports.
 

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Tiger Woods?

Seems strange to limit this to team sports. You know, seeing as they are TEAM sports.

maybe because golf isnt a sport


It would also be hard to compare team sports to individual ones
 

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Tiger Woods?

Seems strange to limit this to team sports. You know, seeing as they are TEAM sports.

maybe because golf isnt a sport


It would also be hard to compare team sports to individual ones
Then we should eliminate hockey.
 

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Tiger Woods?

Seems strange to limit this to team sports. You know, seeing as they are TEAM sports.

maybe because golf isnt a sport


It would also be hard to compare team sports to individual ones
Then we should eliminate hockey.

why
 

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I don't really care do the whole "Is golf a sport?" debate, but we talk about Tiger Woods in this forum plenty. If you want to call it a game...fine. He's still a clutch player, by any definition of the word, and I don't really think anyone on that list can top him.
 

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Tiger Woods?

Seems strange to limit this to team sports. You know, seeing as they are TEAM sports.

maybe because golf isnt a sport


It would also be hard to compare team sports to individual ones
Then we should eliminate hockey.

why
Alot more people can care about golf then hockey.
 

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Tiger Woods?

Seems strange to limit this to team sports. You know, seeing as they are TEAM sports.

maybe because golf isnt a sport


It would also be hard to compare team sports to individual ones
Then we should eliminate hockey.

why
Alot more people can care about golf then hockey.

Thats not what I was arguing. I said golf was not a sport, not that it had more or less fans. Something like a marathon doesnt have any tv ratings, but it is a sport. Does that mean its inferior to golf as a "sport"?
 

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Tiger Woods?

Seems strange to limit this to team sports. You know, seeing as they are TEAM sports.

maybe because golf isnt a sport


It would also be hard to compare team sports to individual ones
Then we should eliminate hockey.

why
Alot more people can care about golf then hockey.

Thats not what I was arguing. I said golf was not a sport, not that it had more or less fans. Something like a marathon doesnt have any tv ratings, but it is a sport. Does that mean its inferior to golf as a "sport"?
What do you classify as a sport? Do you even play golf?
 

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Tiger Woods?

Seems strange to limit this to team sports. You know, seeing as they are TEAM sports.

maybe because golf isnt a sport


It would also be hard to compare team sports to individual ones
Then we should eliminate hockey.

why
Alot more people can care about golf then hockey.

Thats not what I was arguing. I said golf was not a sport, not that it had more or less fans. Something like a marathon doesnt have any tv ratings, but it is a sport. Does that mean its inferior to golf as a "sport"?
What do you classify as a sport? Do you even play golf?

I knew this would turn out that way (I added that comment on purpose).

No I dont play golf, it doesnt interest me.

I am not sure what classifies as sport. Are bowling, golf, sailing, nascar, chess, darts, boxing, ultimate fighting, hunting and horse racing sports?

I think you either have to accept all of them as sports or none of them. But for arguments sake, out of the list I created I say boxing, ufc and maybe nascar.
 

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Dwyane Wade. Did people forget about the 2006 NBA Playoffs/Finals?
Fantastic free throw shooter.
 

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Dwyane Wade. Did people forget about the 2006 NBA Playoffs/Finals?
Fantastic free throw shooter.

ha


He has only done it once. The ones on espn have all done it atleast 3 times.
 

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Tiger Woods?

Seems strange to limit this to team sports. You know, seeing as they are TEAM sports.

maybe because golf isnt a sport


It would also be hard to compare team sports to individual ones
Then we should eliminate hockey.

why
Alot more people can care about golf then hockey.

Thats not what I was arguing. I said golf was not a sport, not that it had more or less fans. Something like a marathon doesnt have any tv ratings, but it is a sport. Does that mean its inferior to golf as a "sport"?
What do you classify as a sport? Do you even play golf?

I knew this would turn out that way (I added that comment on purpose).

No I dont play golf, it doesnt interest me.

I am not sure what classifies as sport. Are bowling, golf, sailing, nascar, chess, darts, boxing, ultimate fighting, hunting and horse racing sports?

I think you either have to accept all of them as sports or none of them. But for arguments sake, out of the list I created I say boxing, ufc and maybe nascar.
I could turn anything into a sport. I could turn taking a dump into a sport if I had competition.
 
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Dwyane Wade. Did people forget about the 2006 NBA Playoffs/Finals?
Fantastic free throw shooter.

ha


He has only done it once. The ones on espn have all done it atleast 3 times.
What does that mean? That D Wade should be penalized cause his team hasnt won 3 times. This is an indiviual standard and D Wade was more "clutch" in the playoffs and finals than Kobe ever was in his finals runs.
 

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Dwyane Wade. Did people forget about the 2006 NBA Playoffs/Finals?
Fantastic free throw shooter.

ha


He has only done it once. The ones on espn have all done it atleast 3 times.
What does that mean? That D Wade should be penalized cause his team hasnt won 3 times. This is an indiviual standard and D Wade was more "clutch" in the playoffs and finals than Kobe ever was in his finals runs.
lol.

I remember Kobe beating the Pacers on one ankle after Shaq fouled on.

The Lakers were to busy kicking the Sixers and Nets ass for the need to be clutch for Kobe. And yes, Wade should be penalized for having won 2 less titles then Kobe.
 

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im sorry...but derek jeter isnt clutch...or at least he hasnt been in a long time, good player, nice guy, yeah...clutch...no...tom brady needs to play more than half the game and not rely on the tuck rule...kobe...yeahhhhhhhh...no...the answer to this question is brodeur even though it is like comparing apples and frogs
 

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