Following their third first-round playoff exit in the last four seasons, the Utah Jazz are at a crossroads. The team’s two best players may have finally reached a “him or me” breaking point. The head coach’s name has popped up in relation to the Lakers opening, even as the team insists that he’s not on the hot seat. Team officials do not appear to have any interest in a rebuild, but still, we may have seen the last of the Rudy Gobert-Donovan Mitchell era in Salt Lake City. If the Jazz keep Mitchell, they reportedly have a specific player in mind they would like to pair him with. If they move on from Mitchell, they will have no shortage of suitors for the 25-year-old’s services. Either way, Utah GM Justin Zanik finds himself in the unenvious position of having to choose between a three-time Defensive Player of the Year and a three-time All-Star guard with a proven postseason track record.
Which brings us to today’s quiz of the day. Mitchell’s postseason PPG average is 28.3, buoyed by his 36.3 PPG in the bubble, 11th best all time. So with that in mind, how many of the NBA’s 25 highest-scoring individual postseasons can you name in five minutes?