Despite his top-notch performance, averaging 28 points, he was not selected for the All-NBA First Team. This is the reason Donovan Mitchell (Cleveland) was very disappointed.
On the 3rd (Korean time), Mitchell appeared on a podcast hosted by ESPN reporter Ross Golden Onwood and explained the recent ‘FOH’ remarks on Twitter.
FOH is an abbreviation that means we need to get out of here right away. It is a word mixed with profanity. It means strong dissatisfaction.
As soon as the All-NBA team was announced in early May, Mitchell expressed his displeasure by shouting “FOH” on his social media.
It happened right after he was proudly named to the All-NBA Second Team. He played 68 games in the 2022-2023 regular season, averaging 28.3 points and 4.4 assists. The team also had a good record of 4th place in the East. He was honored with the All-NBA Second Team while catching both his individual and team performances.토토사이트
It was his first personal All-NBA team selection. However, Mitchell strongly expressed his displeasure shortly after the All-NBA team was announced. Regarding the reason, “I knew I would be selected for the first team. That’s my goal for next season. I performed well enough to be selected for the first team. However, the media voting group did not seem to think so.”
Mitchell’s all-time season was also great, but he was surpassed by Shai Gilgeous Alexander (Oklahoma City) and Luka Doncic (Dallas). Mitchell has the upper hand in team performance, but it is evaluated that the two players had a slight advantage in his individual performance. His own performance was also the best ever, but Mitchell was left with regret as competitors for the same position had a season that exceeded that.