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The 2020/21 regular season campaign seems to end on a disappointing note for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Cleveland is expected to be out of playoff contention again as we’re approaching the final games of the regular season.

Collin Sexton has made a huge leap scoring-wise improving his offensive efficiency this season. The Young Bull is the leading scorer of the Cavs averaging 24.4 points per game.

However, Sexton’s teammates are frustrated with his game as he remains an ineffective passer, despite his high usage rating (29.1%), per Joe Vardon of The Athletic.

(via Cavs Nation):

“Various Cavs players still grow frustrated by the way Sexton dominates the ball, and opponents taunt them by saying during games, “you know he’s not going to pass you the ball,” Vardon wrote.

After a promising start at the beginning of the 2020/21 season campaign, the Cavaliers regressed and returned near to the bottom of the Eastern Conference having the third-worst record (21-43) in the East.