Dwyane Wade’s message to Donovan Mitchell, Utah after heartbreaking playoff exit

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Utah Jazz fans are definitely disappointed with the team’s premature playoff exit, but Dwyane Wade wants to remind them of how far the team has come.

The minority owner of the Utah Jazz had a strong message for Donovan Mitchell and the rest of Jazz nation after their frustrating defeat at the hands of the Los Angeles Clippers:

@utahjazz fans when the goal is a ? anything less feels like disappointment. This was a great season and another building block on the foundation that’s being built! #TakeNote
— DWade (@DwyaneWade) June 19, 2021

The Jazz’s defeat in six games in the second round is definitely disheartening for their squad. But the fact that is stings so much is a testament to how far their team has come this season. Their NBA-best 52-20 record was something even the most avid of Jazz supporters would have expected. Donovan Mitchell took another leap forward while Rudy Gobert picked up his third Defensive Player of the Year award.
While the games didn’t shake their way during the latter stages of the season, they have to be proud of the milestones they’ve reached thus far. Donovan Mitchell and Co. will definitely use this disappointing experience to come back stronger next season. They’ve already figured out how to achieve regular season success. Now they need to use this playoff heartbreak to bounce back even stronger, just like this Clippers team has done after their embarrassing ouster during last year’s playoff bubble.
Dwyane Wade also had a message for the Clippers team who overcame a Kawhi Leonard injury pull off the upset. Paul George, Terance Mann, and the rest of the Klaw’s supporting cast came up large when it mattered most.

More dues to pay! Congrts to the @LAClippers this was earned and well deserved! Iam happy for @Yg_Trece ?
— DWade (@DwyaneWade) June 19, 2021

This feels like a huge setback for the Jazz, but you better believe this can only make them better going forward.


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