Mitchells overtaking layup. Where is his limit? The playoffs are 3 consecutive 20+ games.

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 Mitchells overtaking layup. Where is his limit? The playoffs are 3 consecutive 20+ games.


Xiu Mitchell, the 13 player of the season, has been stunning. He has contributed 20.3 points, 3.7 rebounds, 3.7 assists and 1.5 steals in the rookie season, and is a strong competitor of the best rookie. If Simmons was not a rookie, his best rookie would have been confirmed. In the playoffs, Mitchell also continued the excellent play of the regular season, the first 27 points, 10 rebounds, second games, 28 points and 6 rebounds, and Mitchells performance also made the Jazz fans see the hope of the future. In todays game, Mitchell has been the main attacking point of the team, but his hand is not good enough. Its just a follow-up shot. But after that, he received a wonderful pass from Rubio across the half court, determined to score three points. 5 points are taken in the first section. The second quarter belonged to Rubio, and Mitchell only contributed a layup. Half of the 7 points seemed a bit quiet, but in the second half Mitchell was more and more brave. In the third quarter, he forced a dragon to break the lay up and put in another three points. In the fourth quarter, Goebels big hat faned Weisss lay up, and Mitchell overtook the defender and forced the ball into it. Before the end of the game, Mitchell scored three points on each side of the 45 degrees. He raised his hands to signboard the whole house, and cheered and cheered and walked down the court in applause. Mitchell came out for 35 minutes, 20 in 9, three in 7 and 4 in the team, with 22 points, 11 rebounds, 2 assists, and 2. For three consecutive 20+, Mitchell is no longer surprising. The dunk king and the best new rookie have become a real Salt Lake City player, and the Jazz can go to the present, and its really a surprise, but its a surprise. Source: NetEase sports writer: Li multi responsibility editor: Ouyang Yan _NS4899 The second quarter belonged to Rubio, and Mitchell only contributed a layup. Half of the 7 points seemed a bit quiet, but in the second half Mitchell was more and more brave. In the third quarter, he forced a dragon to break the lay up and put in another three points. In the fourth quarter, Goebels big hat faned Weisss lay up, and Mitchell overtook the defender and forced the ball into it. Before the end of the game, Mitchell scored three points on each side of the 45 degrees. He raised his hands to signboard the whole house, and cheered and cheered and walked down the court in applause. Mitchell came out for 35 minutes, 20 in 9, three in 7 and 4 in the team, with 22 points, 11 rebounds, 2 assists, and 2. For three consecutive 20+, Mitchell is no longer surprising. The dunk king and the best new rookie have become a real Salt Lake City player, and the Jazz can go to the present, and its really a surprise, but its a surprise.