10. Michael Jordan (1997)
Team: Chicago Bulls
Opponent: Utah Jazz
Result: Bulls over Jazz, 4-2
Finals stats: 32.3 PPG, 7.0 RPG, 6.0 APG, 1.2 SPG
Jordan's 1997 Finals are remembered mostly for the world-famous "Flu Game," but his dominance extended far beyond just that one night. In fact, having recovered slightly from his illness, Jordan turned in perhaps his best performance of the series in the deciding Game 6 as he grabbed 11 rebounds and dished out four assists to go with his 39 points. Much to the shock of everyone watching, his finest individual play was actually an assist; it was Jordan who drew the double-team from John Stockton that freed Steve Kerr, and MJ found his teammate for the open jumper that clinched the game and the Bulls' second consecutive title.