The 2018 NBA Draft just came to its conclusion with a bunch of young talents ready to get their professional basketball career officially started. With the first pick in the draft, the Phoenix Suns drafted the 19-year-old superstar in the making, DeAndre Ayton. The Kings found interest in Marvin Bagley, while the Atlanta Hawks drafted and traded arguably the most accomplished young man in the draft, Luca Donic to the Dallas Mavericks. JJJ, Trae Young, Mo Bamba and Wendell Carter followed.

With these youngsters off the board, the Cleveland Cavaliers had the eighth pick in the NBA draft with some huge names to choose from including Michael Porter Jr, Kevin Knox, Jerome Robinson.

But Bleacher Report noted that they went for the talented point guard, Collin Sexton, from Alabama. He averaged 19.2 points per game, 3.8 rebounds and 3.6 assists on 44.7 percent shooting from the field and 33.6 percent from downtown.

They were happy to hand him the Cavaliers' hat on draft day. Right after Sexton was drafted he was asked about being drafted and the excitement he is feeling. One thing reporters wanted to hear from Collin was his opinion on LeBron’s free agency, and the likelihood he stays in his hometown.

'Let’s do it,' says Sexton

Collin Sexton might have impressed people with his college highlights, but he certainly didn’t surprise with his choice of words in his pitch to LeBron James to stay in Cleveland.

As simple as it sounds, speaking to ESPN, Sexton said, "LeBron, let's do it, let's do it." He added, “I seen you needed a few pieces… Let's go back to the Finals.”

The King’s decision certainly won’t be decided on whether a rookie is on his team or not. But one thing is for sure, Collin is a huge talent and LeBron might see something special in him as he did with his former teammate, Kyrie Irving.

He could certainly be a good offensive tandem with Sexton. The two guys could dominate the scoring load for the team. But has this draft pick impressed the King enough? Does Cleveland have more talent-acquiring to do over this offseason if they want their greatest all-time player to sign a long contract?

Dynamic Duo?

Can LeBron James and Collin Sexton become one of the best duos in the league?

Or will it take a few years for Collin to develop and become a reliable superstar alongside LeBron? How old will James be by then? Is it worth it for LeBron? These are the questions surrounding LeBron and whether this draft choice will come into account when making his decision. But one thing's for sure, the King wants to be successful and happy, and wherever he needs to go or stay to ensure that, that is likely what he will do. But we won’t know until July.