The Los Angeles Clippers are facing a big challenge in the Donovan Mitchell-led Utah Jazz. The young guard led his team to win Games 1 and 2 of the second-round series, confirming he already belongs to the league's elite.
Mitchell became a nightmare for the Californians, prompting Clippers fans to look for alternatives to stop him. One of them took things to the next level and wasn't afraid of sharing his thoughts with head coach Tyronn Lue and the rest of the team.
One fan yelled at Lue and his players that they need to take Donovan Mitchell's right hand if they want to win this series.
"Take out Donovan Mitchell’s right hand and you’ll win the series," the fan yelled.
Curiously, Mitchell headed to the locker room in the 4th quarter of Game 3, leaving his team without its biggest star. He limped off the court after a driving layup attempt.
Fortunately, he returned to the bench, showing he was healthy. Due to the big difference between the Clippers and Jazz, he didn't return to the court but Mitchell claimed he will be ready for Game 4 on Monday.
This man is on a tear right now, averaging 32.3 points per game during the playoffs, torching rivals every single night. The Clippers need to find a way to stop him, or their dream of reaching the WCF will fade quickly.