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.
The Alabama Crimson Tide drew a No. 2 seed in the upcoming NCAA Tournament and will open up action on Saturday at 3 p.m. against No. 15 Iona in Indianapolis. While this season has been nothing short of exciting, winning both the SEC regular season and tournament championships, the last time Alabama made "The Big Dance" it was by the skin of its teeth.
In his third year in the NBA, former Alabama basketball player Collin Sexton is setting career highs in scoring and assists as he keeps the Cleveland Cavaliers in the playoff hunt. On Wednesday night Sexton scored 29 points and had six assists in a 117-1110 victory over the Boston Celtics.
Honing in on his shooting ability, shot selection, and change of pace all contributed to his exponential rise as a promising guard in the league. While averaging 27 points on 54% from the field and 50% from deep he's making his case for Most Improved Player and an All-Star nod as we speak.