Collin Sexton Contract

American professional basketball player Collin Darnell Sexton (born January 4, 1999) currently plays for the Cleveland Cavaliers of the NBA (NBA). His collegiate basketball team was the Alabama Crimson Tide. Sexton was named to the McDonald’s All-American team in January of 2017. Known as the “Young Bull,” he was picked eighth overall by the Cavaliers in the 2018 NBA draft.


In addition to joining a new team, Collin Sexton has signed a new deal with that organization. Sexton was shipped off to the Utah Jazz on Thursday from the Cleveland Cavaliers in exchange for three-time NBA All-Star Donovan Mitchell. In addition to Sexton, the Cavaliers sent Lauri Markkanen, Chair Agbaji, three unprotected first-round selections, and two pick swaps to Utah as part of the blockbuster transaction.

According to Shams Charania of The Athletic, as part of the deal, Sexton will sign a four-year, $72 million contract with the Jazz. This contract guarantees Sexton’s future with the Jazz and keeps him at age 23. Sexton, a restricted free agent, had not reached an extension or new contract with the Cavaliers as of that time.

Sexton was originally picked eighth overall by the Cavs in the 2018 NBA Draft, and he ended up making 2019’s All-Rookie Second Team. Over his first three seasons in the league, he started all but 10 games for Cleveland, but a meniscus tear in November limited him to only 11 games last year.

Sexton’s future in Cleveland became a little uncertain after the injury, especially with the rise of All-Star guard Darius Garland around the same time. He’s moving to Utah to start over.

Sexton has a lifetime average of 20 points, 3.3 assists, and 3 rebounds per game while shooting 45% from the field and 37% from deep. In the ’20-21 season, he scored over 24 points a game and dished out four assists on average. The Utah Jazz are in the midst of a complete rebuild, so he should once again have a chance to produce at a high level for them.

Read More: Buffalo Sabres Have Agreed to Terms with Tage Thompson to A Seven-Year Contract Extension Worth $50 Million!


During the Cavaliers’ Matchup with The Miami Heat on March 8, 2019, Sexton Scored 76 Points from Outside the Arc, Surpassing Kyrie Irving’s Previous Record of 75. He Also Scored More than 1,000 Points in His Career. While Playing for The Atlanta Hawks on March 11, 2019, Sexton Scored 28 Points, Dished out 5 Assists, Grabbed 4 Boards, and Blocked 2 Shots in A 126-101 Win Over the Toronto Raptors.

Sexton Averaged 26.0 Points, 3.8 Assists, and 2.5 Boards in The Greatest Week of His Rookie Season, Which Occurred the Week of March 8th, 2019. from March 8-22, He Became the First Rookie to Score 23 or More Points in Seven Straight Games Since Tim Duncan in 1998, and The only Rookie in Team History to Do So.

Read More: Dion Dawkins Has Restructured His Contract with The Bills to Release Nearly $5.5 Million in Cap Space!

He’s also the Only Rookie in Nba History to Play at Least 2,000 Minutes While Averaging Over 16 Points per Game, Shooting Over 40% from the 3-Point Range, and Committing Less than 3 Turnovers a Game. Replacing the Injured Miami Heat Rookie Tyler Herro, He Led Team USA with 21 Points, 5 Rebounds, and 3 Assists in The Rising Stars Game at The 2020 Nba All-Star Weekend.

Check Here for The Latest Sports Updates:

You May Also Like

Christian Pulisic Ruled Out of 🇺🇸 USMNT Friendly Against Japan Today Due to Injury!

U.S. national team forward Christian Pulisic was sidelined by injury and did…

Carlos Carrasco Is Coming Out of the Game with An Apparent Injury!

A Venezuelan-born American pitcher with the New York Mets of Major League…

Fraser Forster Announces Tottenham’s Second Summer Transfer Window Signing!

Fraser Gerard Forster (born 17 March 1988) is an English goalkeeper who…

Kate Upton Net Worth: The Rise of The Personality-Check out Now!

It was on June 10, 1992, that Katherine Elizabeth “Katie” Upton was…