Donovan Mitchell resting Wednesday for Jazz versus Thunder
Utah Jazz shooting guard Donovan Mitchell (rest) has been ruled out for Wednesday versus the Oklahoma City Thunder.
The Jazz have decided to give Mitchell and Mike Conley (knee) the night off on the second end of a back-to-back. Jordan Clarkson figures to be the primary beneficiary on offense and Nickeil Alexander-Walker should see more work as well. Trent Forrest (concussion, questionable) is another candidate for a boost.
Clarkson is averaging 31.7 FanDuel points per game when Mitchell is inactive this season. He has a $5,300 salary on FanDuel for Wednesday's six-game slate.
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