Donovan Mitchell shows New York Knicks what they missed out on during Cavaliers’ 121-108 comeback win

The potential of the New York Knicks was demonstrated by Donovan Mitchell.

The Cleveland Cavaliers defeated the New York Knicks, 121-108, on Sunday night as Mitchell led them to their second straight fourth-quarter comeback. The Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse floor shook as MVP chants echoed throughout the arena.

The Cavaliers' 5-1 record represents their best start since the 2016–17 year.

One team was mentioned more often than any other throughout the summer's trade speculations around the three-time All-Star: Mitchell's "hometown" franchise, the Knicks.

Even Mitchell felt as though it was just a matter of time before he travelled to New York.

Mitchell was taken by the Cavaliers when negotiations between the Knicks and Jazz fell down. Donovan Mitchell showed the New York Knicks what they may have been.