Donovan Mitchell, Rudy Gobert reportedly had a ‘great’ relationship in the “bubble”

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Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert had a ‘great’ relationship inside the Orlando “bubble”, per Chris Mannix of SI.

Mitchell and Gobert reportedly had a beef back in March, when both players tested positive for the coronavirus.

It seems, though, the relationship between the two players has improved since then.

“An obvious positive: The relationship between Mitchell and Rudy Gobert has been rebuilt. Team sources have described the vibe between the two stars as “great” these last two months.

Both seemed to have moved past the drama that unfolded last March, when Mitchell and Gobert tested positive for COVID-19, with Gobert admitting to recklessness when it came to the coronavirus.

The two have never been best friends, but by all accounts, Utah’s two cornerstones are in a good place,” Mannix reports.

Mitchell, Gobert and the Utah Jazz got eliminated by the Denver Nuggets in a remarkable first-round playoff series (4-3).