The NBA world received a big shock today when Donovan Mitchell was traded from the Utah Jazz to the Cleveland Cavaliers. However, one player that the Jazz received in return for Mitchell's services is none other than University of Alabama standout Collin Sexton.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are the first team to extend a formal contract offer to former University of Alabama star and current free agent Collin Sexton. Sexton has been listed by many analysts as the top remaining free agent available for teams to sign after the initial boom of free agency before NBA Summer League action began.
The NBA free agency period has been nothing short of entertaining this offseason as teams sign players to new deals with some of them being warranted and others unprecedented, but no free agent remains as unclear of his final destination than Collin Sexton.
Former UA point guard Collin Sexton will miss an indefinite amount of time after suffering a torn meniscus in his knee on Sunday during the Cleveland Cavaliers win against the New York Knicks, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
Sexton, the former first round draft pick, was already lighting up the statistics board- averaging 15...
Former Crimson Tide star and one of just six lottery picks in program history, Collin Sexton, stopped in Tuscaloosa for a workout amidst what is shaping up to be a tumultuous offseason for the young point guard.