Collin Sexton spoke of his disappointment with how the Cleveland Cavaliers season ended after the team failed to receive an invite to Orlando.
"I was sick ... I feel like at the end of the season we were looking to ruin teams' hopes in the playoffs and get a few wins here and there and just play it out. We weren't going to make the playoffs, but I felt like us playing those games was definitely going to help us," said Sexton.
The eight teams who weren't invited to Orlando are looking to put on their own workouts and scrimmages to continue developing their rosters.
J.B. Bickerstaff echoed Sexton's sentiment, saying it was important for the young team to be together.
"How do we get guys together in our market? How do we get some competitive games out of it?" he said. "There is nothing definitive yet, but we are fighting and there are other teams I know for sure that are fighting, too, to get something done because development is key."