Peter Keating writes for ESPN The Magazine that a new study suggests choking is real. And for teams with a past history of coming up short in the clutch, their players are more likely to be overcome by the pressure.
Tiger Woods has been so dominant on the PGA Tour that he's taken the concept of performing in the clutch completely out of his equation for success.
In ESPN The Magazine's Analytics Issue, Peter Keating writes that it might be impossible to get traditionalists and statheads to agree on whether clutch exists, but he's going to give it a try.
For NBA players choking at the line is the result of mind undermining matter