Donovan Mitchell’s MRI is negative. Utah Jazz hopeful he plays

A Tuesday MRI Utah Jazz star shooting guard Donovan MitchellThe team reported that's left hamstring was not in good condition.

According to the Jazz, Mitchell is still being treated for bilateral quadriceps contusions. Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reported that Mitchell is expected to be available for Game 6 against the Toronto Raptors on Thursday. Dallas MavericksThe Jazz will be eliminated.

Mitchell took a limo off the court after his hamstring swelled up in the blowout defeat in Game 5. Mitchell limped off the court after his hamstring tightened up in Game 5. On Wednesday, Mitchell will be officially updated on his status for Game 6.

Mitchell stated Monday night, “This is the playoffs,” and that he had to find a way. “We'll watch how I feel but I'm still a competitor.

Mitchell left with 4:41 to go and the Jazz were down 28 points.

Mitchell was held to nine point on four-of-15 shooting. He also committed four turnovers. In 32 minutes, the Jazz outscored Mitchell by 38 points. According to ESPN Stats & Information. This is tied for the worst plus/minus of any Jazz player in a playoff match since the statistic began being tracked in 1996-97.

Mitchell averages 26.0 points per game, but his 3-point shooting is only 37.9% and 19.5% respectively.

“I give credit” [Dorian]Mitchell spoke of Finney Smith, Dallas' primary defense on him. “This was not the best game of any of my careers, let alone the playoffs. These looks have not been easy for me. “I'm trying to find a way.

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