Donovan Mitchell "Unsettled" With Quin Snyder Leaving Utah Jazz

If there's one man the Utah Jazz don't want to disappoint, it's Donovan Mitchell. Unfortunately, the Jazz star was reportedly "surprised" and feeling "unsettled" following Quin Snyder's departure from the franchise, according to a report by ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.

Per Woj, Snyder was a huge reason why Mitchell signed a five-year max extension a couple of years ago. Following another disappointing playoff exit, the 25-year-old is left wondering just what Snyder's departure means in the grand scheme of things for this Jazz organization moving forward.

Woj also reported that Snyder, who debuted as Jazz coach in 2014, simply decided to move on. The 55-year-old reportedly has no plans to return to an NBA bench next season at least and will take the next year to "recharge."

Utah has reportedly commenced its search for Snyder's successor, as reported by Shams Charania of The Athletic. One of them includes former Blazers coach Terry Stotts, who led Portland to eight straight playoff appearances, including a Western Conference Finals stint in 2018.

Snyder leaves Utah with a record of 372-264 in eight seasons. He also made six postseason appearances and won three playoff series. 

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