Don’t worry, jazz lovers. Your favorite All-Star goalkeeper is in good spirits. In the final seconds of Utah’s 117-111 win over the Los Angeles Clippers on Thursday night, Donovan Mitchell ran toward Joe England looking to control the ball. Before he reached Engels, Mitchell collided with Paul George and quickly reached down toward his right leg. More: The Bucks should improve in the Game 3 effort to take down NetsMitchell’s teammates who helped him off the field, but Mitchell didn’t immediately seem comfortable putting a weight on that leg. ESPN reporter Cassidy Hobarth tweeted that Mitchell later had a “visible limp” as he walked into the locker room. As ESPN analyst Doris Burke noted on the broadcast, the obvious concern was that Mitchell somehow injured his right ankle. The 24-year-old missed the Jazz’s last 16 regular season games and the team’s first-round game against the Grizzlies while recovering from a right ankle sprain. Health status. “I got hit, and I got hurt. But I’m fine now,” Mitchell said. “I got in here. If you want me to run for you, I can. I’m good. I think the biggest thing, you know, s-happens.” Because they can’t afford to lose Mitchell. They are now 6-0 in the postseason when Mitchell is available; Their only loss in the playoffs came in that opener of the first round he missed. He scored 37 points in Game 2, making him the first Utah player to score at least 35 points in consecutive games since Karl Malone did in 1988, according to ESPN statistics and information. Hit, he won’t have much recovery time. Utah will head to Los Angeles for a pivotal Match 3 game on Saturday.