Donovan Mitchell: Toe Injury Not Serious


An MRI on Donovan Mitchell's injured left foot came back negative late Sunday as the Jazz rookie has been cleared for Game 2 against the Thunder, reported.

Mitchell suffered a foot injury in the first half of Game 1 against the Oklahoma City Thunder on Sunday when Corey Brewer stepped on his left foot.

Beyond what is reportedly a clean MRI, Mitchell himself said that the issue was "nothing major", as evidenced by the fact that he did return to action down the stretch despite the injury. "I'm not limping", Mitchell said during Monday's practice.

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Jazz coach Quin Snyder chose to yank Mitchell for the final 3:19 of Sunday's loss for fear or severely injuring the foot.

"I just stubbed my toe", Mitchell said post-game.

Jazz coach Quin Snyder said all signs point to Mitchell being ready for Game 2 on Wednesday.

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Rookie Donovan Mitchell led the way for the Jazz dropping 27 points to go along with 10 boards.

The 21-year-old is the first player with 25 points and 10 rebounds in their career playoff debut since LeBron James in 2006. "Right now we don't play for two days so we don't need to try it".

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