Jazz 102-95 beat the Thunder today, bringing the series to NBA Live Coins a 1-1 draw. Jazz player Donovan Mitchell played well in the game. He played 43 minutes, made 10 of 25 shots, and scored 28 points, 6 rebounds and 2 assists. 1 steals.
In the first game between the two sides, he scored 27 points, which made him score 55 points in his first two playoff games. He was the first rookie after former Spurs player David Robinson to complete this achievement. In 1990 he scored 57 points in his first two playoff games.
Before Mitchell completed his career, the first two postseason players who averaged at least 25 points per game were the former Blazers player Avidas-Sabonis, who had won the first four games of his career in 1996. 26 points, 26 points, 27 points, 25 points.