The Detroit Pistons and Indiana Pacers are considered the "biggest threats" to sign Collin Sexton away from the Cleveland Cavaliers, according to reporting from Chris Fedor of Cleveland.com.
The San Antonio Spurs also have "some Sexton fans in their front office."
The Cavaliers had a highly successful season despite losing Sexton early on with a torn meniscus.
The Cavaliers would like to sign Sexton to a contract in the $15 million to $18 million range, while his camp is seeking $18 million to $22 million per season. Cleveland is skeptical there is a team out there that will be willing to pay Sexton more than $20 million per season.