Utah Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell (45) shoots as Oklahoma City Thunder forward Jerami Grant, left, defends in the second half of Game 1 of an NBA basketball first-round playoff series in Oklahoma City, Sunday, April 15, 2018.
The Jazz announced Monday that Mitchell suffered a left foot contusion in their 116-108 defeat Sunday night.
"I just stubbed my toe", Mitchell said, according to ESPN. After about a minute he was subbed off again as he was visibly in pain as he ran back on defense after burying a jumper.
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His status for Game 2 against the Oklahoma City Thunder will be determined Tuesday morning ahead of their matchup.
"The doctors cleared him, so I put him back in the game, but when I saw him, it looked to me that he was feeling it a little bit and just wanted to make sure, so I took him out and just confirmed it", Snyder said. Head coach Quin Snyder didn't seem overly concerned as he said: "Everything that we know right now, he's fine". "I feel pretty good but we'll see how I feel tomorrow".
Jazz coach Quin Snyder made a decision to yank Mitchell for the final 3:19 of Sunday's loss for fear or severely injuring the foot.