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Donovan Mitchell gets a classic Spiderman video spin off

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Utah Jazz’s former super rookie Donovan Mitchell has made headlines for his amazing display of basketball skills. Despite being a rookie last season, the 13th pick of the 2017 NBA draft made the league know he was more than NBA ready. As the offensive fulcrum to a defensively elite Jazz team, his average of 20.5 points, 3.7 rebounds, 3.7 assists, and 1.5 steals per game helped them finish 5th in the deep Western Conference. Despite being knocked off by the Houston Rockets in five games, the Spida validated his rise and his seat in the future of the franchise.

Currently, the All-Rookie selection is making a different kind of basketball noise with a video that has been seen on Twitter.

According to a tweet from The Ringer, an edited version of the old Spiderman cartoon intro is seen paralleled to Mitchell being Spida-man.

Coming into his sophomore year this season, the talented Jazz shooting guard is expected to go beyond what he has shown in his rookie season. With the training wheels and the gloves fully off for their ace player, there is no telling what he can do for the franchise.

In addition, the Jazz core that got to the playoffs last season is fully intact along with more than a year to be more cohesive as a team, they can take the next step by taking themselves into the elite level stratosphere. Granted that they have nothing to lose with everything to gain, this tenacious Jazz team might get to surprise us with a deeper run in the postseason.