“Honest Dialogue” pushed Utah to the top of the West
After Gobert, this young and talented team seems to be on the verge of destruction Test positive Participating in the COVID-19 game in March last year, unknowingly infected teammate Donovan Mitchell.
However, Gobert was able to patch up with Mitchell over the phone, and now the two have brought the Jazz into one of the team’s most successful games in years.
“We had a very candid conversation, and that was exactly what I needed,” Gobert told Sam Amik in an interview with Sports. “You know, after that, once I know that I told him all my thoughts and heard all his thoughts, I know we can move forward.”
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Despite media reports that the COVID incident broke their friendship, the Jazz were still able to regroup, but after losing the first round of the series, the team left the Orlando bubble.
Gobert and Donovan signed a five-year contract extension during the offseason, which will allow them to stay at least in Utah until the 2024-25 season and reignite their ambitions for the championship.
Gobert said: “For me, it is indeed able to put himself in shoes, and I think he can put himself in shoes.” “As the two young leaders of the team, as long as two leaders can do At this point, it will become truly powerful. I believe this is how we truly grow, and to some extent, we celebrate our growth as players, humans, and players. This is what we believe we can An important reason for winning the championship together.”
Gobert averaged 13.9 points, 13.4 rebounds and 1.4 assists per game this season, while Mitchell averaged 23.3 points, 4.3 rebounds and 4.6 assists per game.
The sixteen to five-year-old Jazz won the last nine of ten games and defeated the Atlanta Hawks on Thursday night.
This post is written by Bonny Johnson