Evening reading: Mitchell feature

Two summers ago, Willie Mitchell was something of a risky signing for the Kings, given that he was coming off a concussion that had cost him half a season. The Kings signed Mitchell to a two-year contract, one that has worked out well for both sides, and last month Mitchell gave up his ability to become a free agent when he signed a two-year extension. Was it a case of mutual loyalty? In this week’s LAKings.com feature, I chat with Mitchell about his decision to stay with the Kings. Thanks for reading…

Willie Mitchell is a trusted voice in the locker room and a stable partner on the ice

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