Game 7. Win or go home. It's a game where superstars shine the brightest or an unlikely hero steps into the spotlight by leading his team to victory. James Worthy had a triple-double in front of a capacity crowd at The Forum during a heated battle with the Pistons. Wayne Gretzky came up big with a hat trick against the Maple Leafs. But where do their Game 7 feats rank among the greatest of all time? Scroll over the images below to view each player's stats and then click to set your rankings!

Greatest Game 7 performances

Sandy Koufax, 1965

Sandy Koufax, 1965

1965 World Series
Dodgers vs. Twins
CG, 3 hits, 0 ER, 10 K

Larry Bird, 1988

Larry Bird, 1988

1988 Eastern Conf. semifinals
Celtics vs. Hawks
34 pts, 4 rebs, 6 asts

James Worthy, 1988

James Worthy, 1988

1988 NBA Finals
Lakers vs. Pistons
36 pts, 16 rebs, 10 asts

Jack Morris, 1991

Jack Morris, 1991

1991 World Series
Twins vs. Braves
10 IP, 7 hits, 0 ER, 8 K

Charles Barkley, 1993

Charles Barkley, 1993

1993 Western Conf. finals
Suns vs. SuperSonics
44 pts, 24 rebs

Wayne Gretzky, 1993

Wayne Gretzky, 1993

1993 Western Conf. finals
Kings vs. Maple Leafs
3 goals, 1 ast

Patrick Ewing, 1994

Patrick Ewing, 1994

1994 Eastern Conf. finals
Knicks vs. Pacers
24 pts, 22 rebs, 7 asts, 5 blks

Kobe Bryant, 2000

Kobe Bryant, 2000

2000 Western Conf. finals
Lakers vs. Trail Blazers
25 pts, 11 rebs, 7 assts, 4 blks

Johnny Damon, 2004

Johnny Damon, 2004

2004 ALCS
Red Sox vs. Yankees
2 HRs, 6 RBI

Paul Pierce, 2008

Paul Pierce, 2008

2008 Eastern Conf. semifinals
Celtics vs. Cavaliers
41 pts, 4 rebs, 5 asts

Dominique Wilkins

Dominique Wilkins

1988 Eastern Conf. semifinals
Hawks vs. Celtics
47 pts, 5 rebs

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