Collin Sexton Out Indefinitely With a Torn Meniscus

Cleveland Cavaliers (7-4) guard Collin Sexton is out for the foreseeable future after suffering a torn meniscus to his left knee Sunday against the New York Knicks.

Sexton went down with the knee injury during the second quarter and didn’t return. League insider Adrian Wojnarowski reported that there is no immediate timetable for the Young Bull to return.

The 22-year-old guard has been durable in his first three seasons, missing just 12 games last season after playing every game during his first two years with the Cavs. Sexton is averaging 16.0 points, 2.1 dimes, and 3.3 boards on 45.3 percent shooting. The numbers are his lowest nearly across the board since his rookie year.

The injury comes during a contract year for Sexton, who was unable to negotiate a contract extension with the Cavs front office. However, because Sexton will be a restricted free agent, the franchise still has the right to match any offer sheet he signs during the free agency period. He was also reportedly involved in trade rumors just before the season started.

On Wednesday, the Cavs return to the court, playing against the Wizards (7-3) at home.