LAKERS STAR Kobe Bryant, while still an elite player, is no longer Mr. Clutch.
For 10 years, NBA general managers have voted the former Lower Merion High phenom as the league most clutch player.
But on Tuesday, that honor went to the Thunder's Kevin Durant.
Durant got 46.7 percent of the votes, followed by Bryant (40 percent) and the Knicks' Carmelo Anthony (6.7).
Last season, according to Pro Basketball Talk, Durant shot 43.3 percent overall in the final 3 minutes of games in which his team led or trailed by three points. Bryant shot 32.8 percent.
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