Top 10 Best NBA Mr. Big Shots of All Time

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Sometimes, Stephen Curry does things on a basketball court that don’t seem possible. As he proves that he is among the best Mr. Big shots, we present you the other great shooters of all time.

10. Derek Fisher

Derek Fisher
Derek Fisher hit many clutch shots during his career, and his most memorable moment came against the Spurs in the 2004 Western Conference semifinals when he scored a contested jumper with only 0.4 seconds on the clock.

9. Steve Kerr

Steve Kerr
Steve Kerr played a key role in the Bulls' final three titles of the Jordan era, and he hit the shot of his life in Game 6 of the 1997 NBA Finals against the Utah Jazz.

8. Ray Allen

Ray Allen
Ray Allen is the greatest three-point shooter the NBA has ever seen. The two-time champion certainly knows how to let it fly.

7. Kobe Bryant

Kobe Bryant
Kobe Bryant hit 28 game-winners during his illustrious career. A cold and fearless marksman, he embraces the pressure of taking the last shot.

6. Dirk Nowitzki

Dirk Nowitzki
Dirk Nowitzki's jumper is impossible to defend; the German has hit so many game-winners. Dirk won his first NBA Championship in 2011.

5. Larry Bird

Larry Bird
Larry Bird is one of the biggest game-winners of all time. This talented specimen of a player could score from anywhere on the court.

4. Jerry West

Jerry West
Jerry West, known as "Mr. Clutch" in his time, saved the Lakers' blushes several times. He was a magician on the floor, thriving under pressure, and always rising to the occasion.

3. Reggie Miller

Reggie Miller
Reggie Miller was one of the greatest shooters ever. Miller had a knack for hitting clutch baskets, and he was a thorn in the side of the New York Knicks organization, as several of his top plays were manufactured whilst facing the Knicks.

2. Robert Horry

Robert Horry
During his 16-year NBA career, "Big Shot Rob" only averaged seven points a game, but he scored when it counted. Horry won the titles for the Lakers and the Spurs by hitting a buzzer-beating three for each team; absent his two threes, those teams would be one ring short.

1. Michael Jordan

Michael Jordan
Where Michael Jordan really stood out, though, was clutch shooting. Jordan hit 30 game-winners for the Chicago Bulls, and he never even allowed a finals series to go beyond six games.

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