Jazz guard and all-around nice guy Donovan Mitchell continued to build his reputation with a random act of kindness at the Apple store recently. Twitter user Andrew Simeona said that his brother brought his iPhone in for a repair, but when he was quoted on the price he couldn't afford to fix it. Mitchell apparently overhead the exchange, and decided to pay for it for him.

Mitchell, who is just 21, had an outstanding rookie season for the Jazz. He averaged 20.5 points per game as a rookie and immediately became a leader, not only on the Jazz, but in the Salt Lake City and Utah community -- not to mention winning the Slam Dunk Competition. He went on to lead the Jazz to a playoff series win over the Thunder and became a fan favorite against the Rockets by doing this:

All of that, and he clearly has a good head on his shoulders. He hosted a charity event right after All-Star Weekend in Los Angeles, and he replied to the tweet calling out his act of kindness with the modesty you'd expect.

The Jazz have the star that they've always wanted in Mitchell. It's a bit surprising Jazz Twitter hasn't lit up with people asking if Gordon Hayward would do the same for a fan in need.