Donovan Mitchell: Toe Injury Not Serious

Donovan Mitchell: Toe Injury Not Serious

Donovan Mitchell: Toe Injury Not Serious

The Jazz suffered a 116-108 loss in Game 1, despite Mitchell's playoff-debut double-double of 27 points and 10 rebounds, leading the team in both stats and giving them a fighting chance against a red-hot Paul George, who went off for 36 points of his own.

"I was just limping, so the trainers saw me limping and they thought I needed to come out, but I was just being a baby, so I'm good", Donovan told reporters postgame.

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After the game, Mitchell said the injury was "nothing major". The rookie underwent an X-ray at halftime, which came back negative.

"His status for Wednesday's game will be determined tomorrow", a tweet from Utah Jazz said.

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"Naw, there is no need to", Mitchell said. That same evening, he broke the league's record for 3-pointers made by a rookie, previously set by Damian Lillard.

The Big 3 has been able to play up to tough challenges all season with two wins against both the Houston Rockets and Golden State Warriors, and that trend was no different in the game on Sunday against the Jazz. Head coach Quin Snyder didn't seem overly concerned as he said: "Everything that we know right now, he's fine".

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Game 2 will be played in Oklahoma City Wednesday night at 7:00 PM CST and will be broadcasted on NBA TV.

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