With Kawhi Leonard done for the season with an ACL injury, all eyes will be on PG13 to lead the charge for the Clipper's offense.
George dropped 31 points in back-to-back Clippers wins in Games 3 and 4 and that was with Kawhi Leonard in the fold. In Game 2, he had 27 points, so he should at least sniff around the 28.5 total if he doesn't go over.
He is, however, producing a career 17.6 points against the Jazz and failed to score above 28.5 points in all three regular-season games this season and averaged 24.8 PPG in the regular-season.
Donovan Mitchell MORE THAN 32.5 POINTS
Mitchell has scored more than 32.5 points in three of the last four playoff games and is averaging 37.7 points against the Clippers this series. With no Kawhi, expect his output to remain the same, if not higher.
The Louisville product recorded 37 points in Game 4 and made 13 free throws. In eight playoff games, Mitchell's points-per-game average comes in at 32.9.
He's cashed at least 5 three-pointers in five straight playoff contests.
*The contests listed in this article are subject to change leading up to tip-off of each respective game*