It's definitely hilarious to see him look like a New Zealand rugby player doing the haka to intimidate his opponent, but there's definitely something to be excited about if you're a Cavs fan.
As the Lakers head into the 2018-19 National Basketball Association season, they will potentially have one roster spot available.
This performance, although the Summer League is not as competitive, can not be ignored. As a senior last season, Berry II earned First Team All-ACC honors with averages of 17.1 points, 3.5 rebounds, 3.2 assists and 1.2 steals in 33.1 minutes per game.More news: There Will Only Be 1 Blockbuster in America Soon
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Sexton collected four games of 20 or more points, highlighted by a 27-point performance in the Cavs' double overtime loss to the Los Angeles Lakers in the summer league tournament semifinals Monday night.
Josh Hart may have tossed up 28 shots, but he made 13 of them and had a game-high 37 points in this Summer League showdown.
On top of his promising NBA Summer League season, Sexton will get the chance to make rookie mistakes during the regular season without getting highly scrutinized by the media now that the Cavaliers are no longer a focal point in competing for an NBA championship.