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Donovan Mitchell talked on police brutality, after the painful Game 7 (80-78) loss to the Denver Nuggets. The Utah Jazz superstar said it is certainly more painful than a game seeing people losing family members because of police brutality.

“The pain that’s on my face and the way I feel….I can only imagine what’s going through these victim’s families….This is a game.

People lost their family members to police brutality, the way that I’m feeling right now is nothing compared to that.” Mitchell fought hard all series to bring the Jazz to the next round, but his incredible performances were not enough.

He averaged 36 points, five rebounds and five assists throughout the series including a 57-point game in the opening game of the series.