Donovan Mitchell became the first rookie for the Utah Jazz to score more than 22 points or more in the first six games since another Cardinal legend, Darrell Griffith.
From stunning Lonzo Ball to getting buckets, Mitchell has proven to be a fantastic addition to the Jazz.
** the above tweet is sarcasm **
It was announced today that Donovan Mitchell will be at the UofL Bookstore signing autographs on September 16th. The exact time should be announced in the coming days!
Donovan Mitchell is a name you hear on the streets of Louisville, and it is always greeted with a smile. His fierce athleticism and humble attitude made him a fan favorite during his two years here at the University of Louisville. Donovan was drafted number 13 overall to the Utah Jazz in this past NBA drat. SLAM Magazine’s Peter Walsh recently sat down with Mitchell to talk about life. You can read below what Donovan thinks about his Adidas shoe deal, baseball and how quickly life changed.
Card forever Donovan Mitchell recently signed a deal with the Utah Jazz and now he has signed a multi-year deal with Adidas. Details of the deal have not been released but we know that he will look good continuing the three stripe like as he breaks opponents ankles for the next few years. Read the rest of this entry
Remember when Louisville was playing at SMU and Luke Hancock was trying to dribble the clock out and not run up the score? Then the SMU player stole and ball and tried to dunk, so Luke dribbled down court and found Montrezl Harrell who pretty much ripped down the goal, and SMU fans got mad. Remember that? Luke then posted on instagram that if they want to play until the buzzer, then we will too.
Well John Lucas, who plays for the Utah Jazz, apparently also wants to play until the buzzer when his team is getting dominated. The Rockets are trying to just dribble it out, and he wants to steal it and still play, so Francisco Garcia chases him down and still plays defense. Then Lucas goes into full out “big baby” mode.
He then realizes he wants no part of Cisco.