Utah's Donovan Mitchell clear to play in Game 2 after stubbing toe

Utah Jazz’s Donovan Mitchell suffers foot injury status for Game 2 unclear File

Utah Jazz’s Donovan Mitchell suffers foot injury status for Game 2 unclear File

Mitchell left the game in the second half with left foot soreness after colliding with Thunder forward Corey Brewer but returned. After about a minute he was subbed off again as he was visibly in pain as he ran back on defense after burying a jumper.

Mitchell played well in his first playoff game, but the Jazz will be hopeful he feels fine after the contest. "Think I just stubbed my toe".

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Game 2 is scheduled 8 p.m. ET on Wednesday in Oklahoma City. However, the former Louisville standout did suffer an injury during Game 1 that forced him to the sideline, albeit briefly.

"Playoff P", Paul George's postseason alter ego, showed up for the OKC Thunder in their 116-108 Game 1 victory Sunday night against the Utah Jazz. However, it was clear that he was still a bit shaken up and head coach Quin Snyder made a decision to pull him from the game once again. "I'm sure he'll undergo further imaging, and we'll update that tomorrow". "He will play in Game 2 on Wednesday".

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