Jazz trade for Collin Sexton in 4-player deal with Cavaliers
The Utah Jazz have reportedly acquired point guard Collin Sexton in a trade with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Sexton has reportedly also signed a four-year worth $72 million as part of a sign-and-trade with the Jazz after they dealt Donovan Mitchell to Cleveland. The 23-year old should lead a rebuilding core as their potential leading scorer after Utah dealt both Mitchell and center Rudy Gobert this offseason.
In 7179 career minutes, Sexton has accounted for 0.60 points and 0.49 field goal attempts per minute.
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