Donovan Mitchell says he 'feels fine' after hurting toe

Paul George and Donovan Mitchell

Donovan Mitchell says he 'feels fine' after hurting toe

He will play in Wednesday's Game 2 against the Thunder, Chris Haynes of ESPN.com reports.

Mitchell exited the game during the second half with what was referred to as "left foot soreness", after he appeared to hurt something when he collided with Corey Brewer.

Mitchell returned with 7:47 left in the fourth quarter but was subbed out about a minute later after making a jumper and grimacing as he ran back on defense.

"I just stubbed my toe", Mitchell said post-game. When asked about his limp at the time that caused him to come out of the game, the Louisville product said that he was "just being a baby", according to Sam Gannon of KOKH Fox 25.

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He'll have a couple of days to rest before Utah suits back up in Game 2 on Wednesday.

Mitchell finished with 27 points and 10 rebounds in his playoff debut, a 116-108 Thunder win.

George says this is the level at which he plans to hoop for the remainder of the playoffs. "I'm sure he'll undergo further imaging, and we'll update that tomorrow".

It was his first playoff game with the Thunder since being acquired in a trade with the in in the offseason.

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