Collin Sexton, the point guard drafted Thursday by the Cavaliers, said he doesn't feel like he'll be operating in the shadow of expectations once held for Kyrie Irving.
2018 SeasonAll times ET
- 11/10W 82-70
- 11/14W 86-64
- 11/17W 104-67
- 11/21W 77-76
- 11/24W 71-59
- 11/2514L 89-84
- 11/29W 77-74
- 12/3L 65-62
- 12/6W 68-64
- 12/9L 88-82
- 12/19W 80-79
- 12/22L 66-50
- 12/305W 79-57
- 1/2L 76-75
- 1/6L 65-46
- 1/9W 76-62
- 1/13W 74-66
- 1/1717W 76-71
- 1/20W 68-62
- 1/23L 78-66
- 1/2712W 80-73
- 1/31L 69-60
- 2/323W 68-50
- 2/6L 67-63
- 2/1015W 78-50
- 2/13W 80-65
- 2/17L 81-71
- 2/2112L 90-71
- 2/24L 76-73
- 2/27L 73-52
- 3/3L 68-66
- 3/8W 71-70
- 3/916W 81-63
- 3/10L 86-63
- 3/158W 86-83
- 3/171L 81-58
- Full Schedule
- Cavs draftee Sexton: No Kyrie-related pressure
- New Cavaliers PG Sexton to LeBron: 'Let's do it'
- C.M. Newton scholarship created at Alabama
- Bama coordinators to make over $1M a year
The Cavaliers selected Collin Sexton with the No. 8 pick of the NBA draft, and the athletic Alabama point guard did not waste time making his pitch to LeBron James.
Alabama basketball has honored the late C.M. Newton, who coached the Crimson Tide from 1968 to '80, with a memorial scholarship fund.
New Alabama offensive coordinator Mike Locksley will make $1.2 million annually, and defensive coordinator Tosh Lupoi is set to earn $1.1 million.
Alabama forward Braxton Key told ESPN he is transferring to Virginia. He will sit out this season and then have two years of eligibility remaining.
Collin Sexton, the No. 9 NBA prospect in ESPN's rankings, is entering the draft after averaging 19.2 points during his freshman season at Alabama.
Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer
Collin Sexton will enter the NBA draft, as expected. Alabama's freshman guard averaged 19.2 ppg last season. Sexton brought his teammates up to make the announcement.
LeBron James' multimedia platform UNINTERRUPTED has sent a letter to the University of Alabama addressing concerns over copyright infringement and intellectual property appropriation after Tide football released a trailer for "Shop Talk."
With the way the tourney is shaping up, the later rounds might be lacking in future high NBA draft picks. Deandre Ayton, Collin Sexton and Trae Young all saw their seasons -- and probably their college careers -- come to an end.
Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer
Alabama coach Avery Johnson on the NBA decision that awaits Collin Sexton.
Mikal Bridges hit five 3s, scored 23 points and helped No. 1 seed Villanova put the field on notice that it's the team to beat with an 81-58 win over ninth-seeded Alabama on Saturday.
John Gasaway ESPN Insider
Villanova rolled over Alabama with a 3-point barrage. Led by 23 points from Mikal Bridges, the Wildcats dominated the second half and won going away 81-58. Per ESPN Stats & Info, 'Nova has made more 3s (31) in its last two NCAA tournament games than any team since Loyola Marymount in 1990.
The first day of the second round begins with top seed Villanova taking on the electrifying Collin Sexton and Alabama, and it also will feature Cinderella hopeful Buffalo facing Kentucky.
Some 6,306 brackets remain perfect out of 17.3 million after Thursday, with 4.9 percent of participants losing their champ when the Wildcats went down.