the thought line that the players who make the big clutch plays are usually the players who make the same plays all game and season long, even in "non-clutch" situations. We just don't remember those moments in our minds as easily. You probably remember David Eckstein as clutch because of the 2006 World Series, but his career post season numbers are virtually identical to his career regular season numbers. In fact, freakishly identical.
Mason NEEDS this, Pistons, after all you've put him through