Collin Sexton has an impressive start in his third season in the NBA and Dwyane Wade called everyone to keep an eye on him for the rest of the season.
The third-year guard out of Alabama is averaging a career-high 26.0 points per contest six games into the 2020-21 season.
He is shooting 55.6% from the field leading the Cleveland Cavaliers to a surprising start in their 2020/21 regular season campaign.
As a result, even NBA legends like Wade took notice of the young guard, who is forming an excited young backcourt with teammate Darius Garland.
It’s pretty obvious that the games slowed down for Sexton in the offensive end showing progress in his decision-making and awareness this season.
In particular, he is averaging 3.7 assists and career-low 1.8 turnovers per game this season shooting a blazing 55.0% from the three-point line.
The Cavaliers are on a 4-3 record at the start of the season facing the Orlando Magic on Wednesday night in hope of improving their record even more.