What is the difference between 2 great athletes? In the eyes of some fans the better player will always be the one who performs under pressure. LeBron James, for all his incredible personal achievements, is still widely known for not being that great of a player in the clutch - especially when compared to other NBA greats like Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, and Larry Bird. But does it matter if a player is only so-so at the ends of games? This week I examine the topic of "greatness," even if an athlete isn't always great in pressure situations. You can read the full blog here.