Nearly two months after free agency opened up, Colin Sexton remains unsigned by the Cleveland Cavaliers.

The 23-year-old guard has a three-year, $40 million offer on the table from the Cavaliers to remain in Cleveland, but reports at the start of summer indicated that he’s looking for a deal that would pay him around $20 million a year.

So far, in Cleveland, no dice.

Collin Sexton to Dallas 

In Dallas, however, a recent report suggests the Dallas Mavericks may make a move for the young, high-potential, guard.

On an episode of the “Wine and Gold Talk” podcast, Chris Fedor, a Cleveland insider, reported that the Cavs had been in conversations with the Mavericks about a potential sign-and-trade involving Sexton.

“The Cavs have had conversations with Dallas about a sign-and-trade for Collin Sexton,” Fedor said. But if you’re talking about a sign-and-trade, the Cavs need something back that would be valuable to them. And neither the Jazz nor the Mavericks have the pieces that the Cavs would want back in a sign-and-trade for Collin.”

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