Jalen Rose and David Jacoby break down the Houston Rockets’ victory over the Utah Jazz in Game 5 to win their playoff series. They also examine how the Rockets’ defense allowed them to close out the series and the potential they see in Jazz G Donovan Mitchell.

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  1. OhMan Goddamn
    OhMan Goddamn says:

    When Russ shoots 40% with Semaj Christon, Kyle Singler, Andre Roberson, Taj Gibson, Alex Abrines, Enes Kanter, and some other players (half of which I named aren't in the league anymore), we murder him for going out in the first round, we murder his shooting percentage

    But now when its Dmitch, its "oh he's being double teamed. Oh hes the only offensive option." Which is great, and he's a young player, I get that. But the double standard is hilarious. He shot worse than Russ, while taking more shots than Russ. Yet RUSS is the ball hog, RUSS is the trash one. Interesting

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  2. Deluded Boston Fan
    Deluded Boston Fan says:

    Donovan Mitchell did not prove he 'has the goods'? He was straight up trash in all but game 4; where he did get 31 points but had to throw up 26 shots to get it. Imagine Devin Booker on the Utah Jazz instead of Mitchell. That could be a Houston Rockets type of team.

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  3. NING NUO
    NING NUO says:

    Donovan Mitchell had a 6.9 PER in the playoffs this year. That's the worst playoff PER since at least 1973 by a player with a 30% usage rate. Jazz need to rebuild.

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