The future for Collin Sexton on the Cleveland Cavaliers is a bit murky, to say the least.
But one thing is for sure: the young guard is feeling a lot better and ready to play ball, even if he’s playing against children.
Collin Sexton of the #Cavaliers slaps hands with a young player at his basketball camp Tuesday morning at the West End Y in Willoughby. pic.twitter.com/MQ4K4I2sjz
— Jeff Schudel (@jsproinsider) June 27, 2022
Sexton was spotted slapping hands and playing ball against local children in the Cleveland area recently.
Even if it happened to be against people half his age, it’s still good to see Sexton ready to play again after so much time off the court.
But will he ever play another game for the Cavaliers?
Coming Back To Cleveland?
The Cavaliers announced on Wednesday that they were extending a qualifying offer to Sexton, who missed most of the last season because he was recovering from a knee injury.
This means that if other teams offer him a deal, the Cavs can match it.
For months now, there have been rumors of other teams in the league showing interest in Sexton – so will they finally pounce and try to land this top-notch scorer?
Sexton hardly played last season but he’s still a great young player with a lot of skill, flare, and offensive ability.
He was putting up 16 points, 3.3 rebounds, and 2.1 assists before he left the last season due to his injury.
Since then, the Cavs have pivoted a bit and that’s why some people aren’t sure if Sexton will stick around.
Does he still fit in the team’s lineup or has he become redundant as other young stars on the team, such as Darius Garland, Evan Mobley, and Jarrett Allen have taken over.
If Sexton really does leave Cleveland, he cold make another team very happy – and competitive.
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