Mitchell fell down on the ground and helped him out of the court.

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 Mitchell fell down on the ground and helped him out of the court.


Mitchell broke through the layup in the fourth quarter of the game and fell down heavily. His expression was so painful that he couldnt even stand up on his own. He could only leave the court with the help of his staff. It seemed that the injury was very serious. According to well-known journalist Werner Roski, Mitchells ankle and leg were injured and his legs could not bear any weight at all.

However, in the last five minutes of the game, Mitchell himself returned to the bench, tightened his ankle, added an extra protection, and returned to the court. However, the fourth quarter lost suspense early, and he finally had no choice but to go off the court. He played 32 minutes, scored 16 points, 5 rebounds, 2 assists and 5 steals in 7 of 22 shots. For the Jazz, the big loss was a pity, but Mitchells injury was the best news. In the second year, Mitchell made eight appearances, averaging 34.8 minutes, scoring 22.4 points, 2.8 rebounds and 4.1 assists, which was the first point of fire for the Jazz. The best rookie of last year ranked second, while winning No. 2 in dunking king, which is also Jazzs hope for the future. This seemingly serious but bloody return is enough to illustrate this. Young peoples tenacity, and with Sir Mitchell, can make great strides forward, continue to hit this seasons goals. Source: NetEase sports writer: Li multi responsibility editor: Ouyang Yan _NS4899

However, in the last five minutes of the game, Mitchell himself returned to the bench, tightened his ankle, added an extra protection, and returned to the court. However, the fourth quarter lost suspense early, and he finally had no choice but to go off the court. He played 32 minutes, scored 16 points, 5 rebounds, 2 assists and 5 steals in 7 of 22 shots.

For the Jazz, the big loss was a pity, but Mitchells injury was the best news. In the second year, Mitchell made eight appearances, averaging 34.8 minutes, scoring 22.4 points, 2.8 rebounds and 4.1 assists, which was the first point of fire for the Jazz. The best rookie of last year ranked second, while winning No. 2 in dunking king, which is also Jazzs hope for the future. This seemingly serious but bloody return is enough to illustrate this. Young peoples tenacity, and with Sir Mitchell, can make great strides forward, continue to hit this seasons goals.