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'Man, LeBron, let's do it!'
INDEPENDENCE, Ohio -- The Cavaliers selected point guard Collin Sexton from Alabama with the eighth pick of the 2018 NBA Draft on Thursday, and he immediately made his pitch to LeBron James to stay in Cleveland.
"Man, LeBron, let's do it," Sexton said during ESPN's telecast of the draft, which was held at the Barclays Center in New York.
"Let's do it," Sexton continued. "I seen you needed a few extra pieces this past season, and let's do it. Let's go back to the Finals."
Sexton, 19, averaged 19.2 points and 3.6 assists in his only season for the Crimson Tide. He worked out for the Cavs the day after they lost Game 4 of the Finals, and owner Dan Gilbert called him a "very intriguing draft prospect" on Twitter.
So Gilbert got his man. James' camp also liked Sexton, preferring him to any point guard in the draft, though Cleveland's selection of him does not guarantee James will return to the Cavs.
James can be a free agent in July.
The Cavs had a chance to draft Missouri's Michael Porter Jr., who was often linked with Cleveland. People inside and outside the organization thought earlier this week that Porter would be the Cavs' pick if he were still there at No. 8, but Porter began to plummet on draft boards Wednesday and Thursday over new medical information related to his injured back that needed surgery and forced him to miss all but three games this season.
Matthew Martin a former CCJBC basketball player and the son of President Gerald Martin, was recently notified that he has been named the Varsity Boys Head Basketball Coach at Whitewater High School, replacing Fred West.
After a several year stint as a referee, the Kennesaw State graduate made a choice to pursue coaching as a career. Following his opportunity as community coach for Lassiter High School Matthew accepted a job at Douglas County High School for three years coaching football, basketball and soccer. Matthew departed Douglas County and went to Whitewater High School and coached football and Boys Basketball for the past two years.
Please congratulate both Matthew and Gerald as Matthew's dreams have now become a reality!
Allstar Photos Link available March 6,7,8
2018 CCJBC All Tournament Team
6g - Lindsey Harris, Cherokee (MVP); Ranya Oussoul, Woodstock Addison Ghorley, Sequoyah; Tristan Barber, Sequoyah; Sophie Lyen, Cherokee; Jensyn Weiderhold, Cherokee; Bella McKinley, River Ridge
7g - Chassidy Fedd, Hiram (MVP); Kalisha Phillips, Hiram; Camryn O'Neil, Hiram; Caitlin Ealey, McEachern
8g - Monet Dance, Cherokee (MVP); Presil Clark, Cherokee; Karoline Karl, Cherokee; Sarah Taub, Pope; Ali Jones, North Forsyth; Anna Gliatta, North Forsyth
6b - Rhys Cotton, McEachern (MVP); Fe' Royre High, Campbell; Kemari Nix, Campbell; Michael Bruno, Hiram; Khamani Paxton, Marietta
7b - Kanaan "K9" Carlyle - Pebblebrook (MVP); Craig Adams Jr. Campbell; Kyle Walters, Campbell
8b - Kobe Davis – Langston Hughes (MVP); Bruce Thornton, Langston Hughes; Simeon Cottle, Langston Hughes; Jorin Williams, Langston Hughes; Braden Sparks, Alexander
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7b Championship Video