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Discussion in 'Utah Jazz' started by Kyoto, Jan 9, 2019.
Not elite yet but obviously a special talent and we are incredibly lucky to have him. I have no doubt that with development from our coaching staff combined with his talent, work ethic and IQ he will reach elite status eventually.
Total agree don’t crown him a king until he has shown that he is truly elite. He has had Elite moments and moments he has played bad. Overall his season has been somewhat disappointing.
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By year four Mitchell will make our dreams come true and he will be the talk of the NBA even more often than last season.
Please tell me that is a picture of you.
Elite machine that has a couple fouled plugs. Wanna believe, but he isn't playing as well as most all believed he would this year
That couldn’t be anyone else than our own yamers I say
you left out a word.
It should be " an elite chucking machine ". lol.
We see glimpses of him being a terrific passer but then it goes away. I truthfully think he could be a 6-7 assist a night guy if he could somehow find a balance.
that's your dad. His name is super kool-aid.
only a complete and utter imbecile could possibly be disappointed in Donovan Mitchell. End of story. those who fall into that category can stick it up their clacker
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Your absolutely right! The kid has finally put together some good games but he's not an all-star and he's not a HOF candidate, either! If he ever improves his shot selection and court decisions he will improve by a factor of 10! He's moving in that direction, which is a good thing!
Looks like he might be putting it together. Go DM!
Last night he had an "elite" game. Lets see if he can string a few together.
We got the Lakers coming up tomorrow night, national TV! If he can duplicate his play for all to see.....he and the Jazz will be back in business!
Sophomore slump is a common term around the league. His stats from this year were poor for half of this season but MOST players go through this. That's because teams and scouts have the offseason to breakdown your game and plan for players who surprised the first year. Then the second year the things that worked before dont anymore and you have to learn how to make adjustments.
If you cant tell, he is learning how to make adjustments. In 3 months time this jabber about Monte Ellis will be as absurd as the standard Saint Cy Troll post.