10) Carmelo Anthony- Melo has never had the chance to show off his talents late in the playoffs (which might be his fault) and you can say what you want about him as a teammate but when it comes to crunch time, he has ice in his veins.
9) Kevin Durrant- In a few years Durrant might be much higher on this list, he just hasn’t had enough big shots (in the playoffs) yet because he is so young. He will only to continue to get better and he already is arguably the best closer in the NBA.
8) Ray Allen- The best three-point shooter of all-time hit another big shot last night to put the game into overtime. It seems every time his team needs a bucket he steps up and delivers.
7) Dwayne Wade- Wade put on arguably the best one-man Finals show of all-time in 2006 vs the Mavericks and single handedly carried his team to victory after being down 0-2 in the series, for the first championship in Miami Heat history.