This was a game that only good teams find a way to win. The Sacramento Kings shot a blistering 66% from three against the Utah Jazz, the best defensive team in the NBA. The Jazz also had 15 turnovers creating tons of easy buckets for the Kings. But it didn’t matter because the Jazz are an elite team. They know how to win.
Donovan Mitchell scored 28 points. On top of that he had 3 assists, 2 rebounds and 2 steals. He was all over the court and got the buckets at the end of the game that sealed it off. Think what you will, but Donovan Mitchell has proved his ability night in and night out and deserves every bit of that Rookie of the Year award.
It’s over, Rudy Gobert is the DPOY. He’s DOMINANT with a capital D(fense). No other player impacts the game the way he does. The Jazz are in every game they play with Rudy because he keeps it close. Other teams lose half their offense against the Jazz because they lose all inside scoring. He’s remarkable and, if the Jazz ever had a player that could take them all the way, it’s Rudy Gobert.
Oh and that Quin Snyder guy is pretty good, as well. But I don’t know if the Jazz can nab three awards can they?