Cleveland and New York are two franchises who have not experienced much success this season. The Cavaliers (6-21) and Knicks (8-20) both come into Wednesday night as two teams headed towards the NBA lottery next June. This season is focused around the development of two guys who were selected just one pick apart last summer, rookies Collin Sexton and Kevin Knox.
New York fans are dreaming of a summer in which a top five pick and Kevin Durant join their team, while Cavs fans are bracing for a long rebuild. Cleveland and New York both have to be pleased with the play of their lottery picks. After being inserted in the starting line-up Collin Sexton has grown much more comfortable being the engine that leads an NBA team.
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