No. 3 - Tim Hardaway

<a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT008370" title="Alonzo Mourning" href="/topic/sports/basketball/alonzo-mourning-PESPT008370.topic">Alonzo Mourning</a> might have done the dirty work during the rise under <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT008504" title="Pat Riley" href="/topic/sports/basketball/pat-riley-PESPT008504.topic">Pat Riley</a>, but it was Hardaway who consistently hit the big shots, as arguably the franchise's most clutch player this side of <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT008417" title="Dwyane Wade" href="/topic/sports/basketball/dwyane-wade-PESPT008417.topic">Dwyane Wade</a>. The best point guard in franchise history? Without question.

( ROBERT DUYOS, S-S / March 21, 2000 )

Alonzo Mourning might have done the dirty work during the rise under Pat Riley, but it was Hardaway who consistently hit the big shots, as arguably the franchise's most clutch player this side of Dwyane Wade. The best point guard in franchise history? Without question.

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