Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?


Young Bull Collin Sexton Rocks B.K. 3 In Kyrie’s Own Shoes

Cleveland Cavaliers guard Collin Sexton career-high 46 points spoiled the Brooklyn Nets Big 3 debut.

Young Bull Collin Sexton Rocks Bk 3 In Kyries Own Shoes
Young Bull Collin Sexton Rocks Bk 3 In Kyries Own Shoes

It must be someone else’s shoes.


Forget the shoes. This is Collin Sexton’s show now.

So spell his name right! That’s two L’s like the biggest one he just gave Brooklyn.

Sexton netted 42 points in The Land as he beat the B.K 3. New rocketing trade acquisition James Harden, pure point scorer and one of the greatest in the game back this season Kevin Durant…and the returning Basquiat jersey enigma Kyrie Irving.

Coming back to form the biggest big-three of all-time. Compromised of three of the biggest GOATS and egos.

Not to mention scorers. Yet they only have one ball. One ball Sexton refused to give them in the end as he balled out in OT.

Not only was it Brooklyn’s big-three debut now that Irving was back, but it was also Kyrie’s return to the land of Cavaliers.

So what?! Collin didn’t care.

In the Cleveland City Edition ‘Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’ jersey, Collin Sexton was all that to the letter…AND a bag of potato chips as he told ‘Uncle Drew’ to hold his nuts like said movie. He lit up the Nets for a worthy 42 like the digital playground of New York City. Taking his talent from the underground like Subway systems.

Rolling with the rock and a hardwood classic performance worthy of the Hall, this Young Bull earned his nickname as he took the game by the horns before the 2 OT buzzer.

And in a pair of 7’s he did it all in Kyrie’s own sneakers.

Not to mention his old Cav number…he’s got his.

Now that’s how you beat your man.

Don’t step on these blue Kyrie 7’s, because Sexton rocked like Elvis tonight, thank you very much.

Must Read:  Los Angeles Looking For World Peace

An already disgruntled Irving will feel lonesome tonight as fans are already declaring these new Nets, “better off without him!”

Slow down!

There’s only one man who needs to leave his post today.

Kyrie had 37 to go with Kevin’s 38 and another trip walk from James Harden to the tune of 21 points, 12 assists and 10 rebounds.

I think they’ll be alright.

This is not the death of a dynasty before it begins. But maybe it’s the birth of one. The Land has been awful quiet since the King left, taking his talents for Hollywood. But Love remained. Kevin kept his at home. Making Cavalier moves, Cleveland got even bigger with super hard-hat star Andre Drummond. Or the above the rim show of Larry Nance Jr. And now Sexton sells, with this Bull drumming up more for the Cavs.

Yeah the biggest three is cool but do you have Collin Sexton?

Champion like this city in 2016 and energy JaVale McGee had to capture it on one of his legendary reels for Insta, as this young gun became instantly household famous for the shots.

The King may be gone, but we haven’t even talked about Taurean Prince yet.

As of right now though. It’s all about C.

HE the fight!

15 points in the second overtime for a 147-135 win.

Now that’s tough like his catch and lay-up off a missed three, dripping in finesse.

Next up for Cleveland and Collin is the most storied Celtics.

Time for Sexton to continue his story.

If you have found a spelling error, please, notify us by selecting that text and pressing Ctrl+Enter.

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


For security, use of Google's reCAPTCHA service is required which is subject to the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Use.

I agree to these terms.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.




Canadian-Nigerian Caleb Agada (Burlington, Ont), a former Ottawa Gee-Gees guard went off for eye-popping 17 points on 7-of-10 shooting. Rising African basketball powerhouse Nigeria...


We've lost a good one in this game, but it could have been so much worse. So let's give thanks. We wish LaMarcus and...


No LeBron James. No Anthony Davis. No problem. The city of angels didn't just win on the road either. They gave the Brooklyn Nets...


This city is about to have more parades than Macy's Day. New York, New York. We're really in an Empire State of mind now.

Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!

Spelling error report

The following text will be sent to our editors: