Donovan Mitchell & Rudy Gobert Get Picked Last In Draft, LeBron Says No One Plays With Jazz in Video Games (VIDEO)

Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert became the butt of all jokes on Thursday.

During the NBA All-Star draft, the two Utah Jazz stars were selected last between LeBron and Kevin Durant for the upcoming game.

LeBron tried to explain that while it was “no slander” intended, he brought up that nobody actually ever plays with Utah on video games.

This comes just a day after Rudy Gobert was upset about how the team doesn’t get favorable calls from officials like others around the league.

“Our guys are not able to get calls everybody else in the f—ing league gets,” Gobert said. “We know we are the Utah Jazz, and maybe some people don’t want to see us go as far as we can go, but it’s disappointing.

Gobert went on to say he believed the Jazz were being treated unfairly because they play in a small market.

“I don’t want to say that,” Gobert said, “but I really believe it. After playing in this league for eight years, it’s a little harder [to be in a small market], and that’s one of the things that we’ve got to overcome. That’s why I told the guys: ‘When you’re a small market, you’ve got to be better than just better. You’ve got to be elite, and you’ve got to control what you can control.’

“But it’s very disappointing to be disrespected like that. … It’s not just one play, because we all make mistakes. I have a lot of respect for the officials. It’s a tough job. I think they try their best, but it was too obvious tonight. They can’t make it that obvious. We’re going to watch film and do all that and keep getting better, but we deserve more respect as a team and as human beings for all the work we put in.”