Collin Sexton Ties Spurs Legend Tim Duncan With Incredible Scoring Feat

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Cleveland Cavaliers rookie point guard Collin Sexton had another big game in Wednesday’s win over the Milwaukee Bucks, and his 25 points in the game put him in very rarefied air.

In the win, Sexton recorded his seventh straight game of scoring 23 points or more. The last rookie to do that was San Antonio Spurs legend Tim Duncan.

When Sexton was told of the milestone, he replied in the soft-spoken manner that Cavs fans have grown accustomed to.

Sexton has been on a scoring tear all month and in the last 10 games he’s averaging 22.9 points, 3.0 assists, and 2.2 rebounds. While he was on the verge of potential bust status earlier this season, he has done more than enough to prove all of his doubters wrong as the 2018-19 season nears its end.

With 10 games remaining on the Cavs’ schedule, it will be interesting to see how long Sexton can push this impressive streak.

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