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Utah's Donovan Mitchell has foot contusion, leaving status up in air

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Mitchell says I 'just stubbed my toe' (0:57)

Donovan Mitchell and Jazz head coach Quin Snyder give an update on the status of the injury that briefly sent Mitchell to the locker room in the second half. (0:57)

Utah Jazz rookie Donovan Mitchell underwent an MRI that showed he has a left foot contusion, and the team announced that his status for Wednesday's Game 2 against the Oklahoma City Thunder will be updated Tuesday.

Mitchell left Sunday's Game 1 in the fourth quarter to get an X-ray on the foot before returning and playing through apparent pain in the Jazz's 116-108 loss.

"I just stubbed my toe," Mitchell said after the game. "Nothing major."

Mitchell returned with 7:47 left in the fourth quarter but was subbed out about a minute later after making a jumper and grimacing as he ran back on defense. Mitchell was visibly confused on the bench and, with the help of some teammates, lobbied to re-enter the game.

"I was just limping, and they saw me limping and thought I needed to come out," Mitchell said, "but I was just being a baby."

Playing in his first postseason game, Mitchell finished with 27 points on 11-of-22 shooting and added 10 rebounds.