Collin Sexton has gradually become an offensive force for the Cleveland Cavaliers in his sophomore year.
As Chris Fedor of the cleveland.com reported, the Cavaliers believe Sexton has “exceeded all expectations” during his sophomore season.
“Collin has exceeded all expectations,” one member of the organization told cleveland.com. “He’s been incredible for us. A true cultural leader.”
The Young Bull was a “destructive” force in the offensive end, especially after the All-Star weekend, averaging 25.5 points on 52.8% from the field and 43.1% from 3-point range along with 4.2 assists and 2.9 rebounds.
The coronavirus pandemic has put a stop on the rise of Collin Sexton, who was a pretty different player under the guidance of J.B Bickerstaff, who replaced Jon Beilein in December.
He finished the season with 20.8 points on 47.2% from the field and 38.0% from 3-point range along with 3.0 assists and 3.0 rebounds.
Although there are many areas that Sexton could improve next season, his resurgence as the main scoring option for the Cavaliers during this year can become a huge building block of the franchise’s rebuilding process.