Donovan Mitchell has become one of the game’s premiere highlight producers, and his performance against the Kings on Wednesday night was no exception.
The rookie got things started early in Sacramento, taking a lazy Zach Randolph pass the other way for an emphatic windmill flush.
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The University of Louisville product hammered home another thunderous dunk in the third, splitting the screen hedge and finishing with a nasty tomahawk. Randolph made the wise decision to not even try to jump with the springy rookie.
"Let's see if the Kings can defend this better …"
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Mitchell’s had a fantastic debut season, averaging about 19 points on 44 percent shooting. Through three quarters against Sacramento, he had 22 points on just 13 shots.