During the latest episode of “Undisputed” on Fox Sports, hosts Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe tackled the issue on who is more clutch between Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady and retired basketball legend Michael Jordan. Despite being in different sports, Brady and Jordan have some things in common. Both have six championship rings – Brady has six Super Bowl rings with the New England Patriots while Jordan won the same number of NBA titles with the Chicago Bulls.

They’re also known for being clutch player in their respective league.

Jordan, in his 15 NBA seasons, made 25 game-winning shots, including an NBA-record nine buzzer-beaters, per Luke Norris of Sportscasting. Brady, for his part, owns the all-time NFL record for game-winning drives with 62, 48 in the regular season and14 in the postseason.

Bayless says Brady has performed at an elite level

But for Bayless, he would go for Brady over when it comes to clutchness, saying the veteran quarterback has performed at such elite level for more than two decades now. Even if he left the Patriots after 20 years, he proved that he could carry a team when he led the Buccaneers to Super Bowl LV in his first year in Tampa. According to Bayless, Jordan wasted some precious years in his career when he decided to retire for the second time after the Bulls did not retain coach Phil Jackson.

Even though he returned to the NBA with the Washington Wizards, he failed to lead the team to the postseason despite averaging 20-plus points in his two seasons.

Bayless to pick Jordan when it comes to last shot

Also, Bayless said Brady had had more opportunity to be clutch because he’s done it longer, compared to Jordan’s 15 seasons in the NBA.

If pushed to the brink, Bayless said he would take Jordan when it comes to one-shot or one pass, but he would opt for Brady when it comes to “one game for your life.”

Brady to earn more if he wins Super Bowl

Per Jeff Kerr of CBS Sports, Brady will earn an additional $500,000 in incentives if he carries the Buccaneers to their second Super Bowl title against the Kansas City Chiefs on Feb.

7 at Raymond James Stadium. When he signed a two-year deal worth $50 million with the Buccaneers, the contract also carried $9 million in total incentives. Brady has already earned $1.125 million in contract incentives during the regular season for finishing in the top five in passing touchdowns and passing yards. So far, he also made a total of $1.75 million for bringing the Buccaneers to the playoffs and from their wins over the Washington Football Team, New Orleans Saints and the Green Bay Packers. The Buccaneers will enter Super Bowl week as a three-point underdog to the Chiefs, who beat them, 27-24, in the regular season.