Playoff Stats: 182 G, 13.4 PPG, 3.3 RPG, 10.1 APG, 19.8 PER
Signature Game: 1997 Western Conference Finals, Game 6
As much as the Mailman often failed to deliver in the playoffs, Stockton was a reliable presence late in games for the Jazz throughout his career. His penchant for big moments is not as well-known as you would think given his Hall of Fame credentials, but the unassuming point guard had several huge shots that either saved or at least prolonged Utah's season. His three-pointer at the buzzer over Charles Barkley in Game 6 of the 1997 Western Conference Finals sent the Jazz on to face the Bulls, and in 1998 Stockton hit one of the most-forgotten big shots in NBA history, a shot that gave the Jazz a lead that was summarily extinguished by Michael Jordan's jumper over Byron Russell (and a missed three by Stockton with 5.2 seconds left).