Once again, we defined "clutch situations" as the last five minutes of a game with a scoring margin of five points or less. To measure how clutch a player is we used True Shooting Percentage (TS%), which accounts for trips to the free-throw line. And we looked at the last five seasons (not including the first week of the current season), 2004-05 through 2008-09, eliminating players who didn't attempt at least 180 field goals in clutch situations over that time.
James ranks 12th, Anthony ranks 22nd, Wade ranks 28th and Bryant ranks 38th.
Worth noting that based on these rankings, Ginobili is the "clutchest" player in the league, and Kyle Korver barely etches past LeBron for the 10th spot.
EDIT: This is exhibit A of why stats fail. There isn't one guy I'd trust to make a shot more than Kobe (except Jordan).