Utah's Donovan Mitchell Cleared To Play In Game 2

Getty								Ben Simmons and Donovan Mitchell are fighting to win the Rookie of the Year award

Getty Ben Simmons and Donovan Mitchell are fighting to win the Rookie of the Year award

After a stellar playoff debut, Utah Jazz rookie Donovan Mitchell's status for Game 2 is now unclear.

Mitchell left the game in the second half with left foot soreness after colliding with Thunder forward Corey Brewer but returned.

The best-of-seven series continues with Game 2 on Wednesday in Oklahoma City.

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"I was just limping, and they saw me limping and thought I needed to come out, "but I was just being a baby".

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. The rookie underwent an X-ray at halftime, which came back negative.

Mitchell said he hasn't tried to run on his the foot yet, as the Jazz will have a couple days to rest between games.

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Needless to say, he just really wants to play. Everything that we know right now, he's fine.

OKC is a gifted team that has several players that are capable of making life miserable for the Jazz, and they did just that in Game 1 of the series on Sunday night. "I feel pretty good but we'll see how I feel tomorrow".

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