The Utah Jazz apparently received a trade offer from the Miami Heat for Donovan Mitchell, but they also refused it like many other proposals from a handful of teams.
According to Andy Larsen of the Salt Lake Tribune, the Jazz got the offer before the Rudy Gobert trade was finalized. Unfortunately, it didn't meet their desired return for the All-Star guard.
According to a league source, one offer came from Miami even before the Gobert trade was finalized. The Jazz, though, found that offer insufficient. In addition, Miami’s win-now roster has limited picks and young players to trade.
Considering that the Jazz got four first-round picks and a pick swap in the Rudy Gobert deal with the Minnesota Timberwolves, it's not surprising why the Jazz wouldn't take what was probably a lower offer for Donovan Mitchell.
The Jazz have semi-blown it up with the Gobert deal, so there are questions about whether or not they would part ways with Mitchell to enter a full rebuild. While Utah has hinted that they are open to anything as long as it benefits the franchise, it is clear they won't make a trade just for the sake of making it.
Mitchell could be available for interested teams, but for the right price. If the Jazz don't get an enticing offer they like, they are more than willing to keep Mitchell and probably build around him. Besides, he is just 25 years old and definitely has tons of potential waiting to be tapped and unleashed.