Three-time NBL MVP Bryce Cotton has re-signed with the Perth Wildcats, penning a new three-year contract which will keep him at the franchise until 2025.
Cotton joined the Wildcats midway through the 2016/17 season and has since played 170 games for Perth, becoming one of the league's most dominant players in that time.
"Bryce committing to three more years is a fantastic outcome for the club and we're excited to see him in a Wildcats uniform going forward," said Perth Wildcats general manager of basketball operations, Danny Mills.
"As we look toward free agency, it's exciting to have cornerstone pieces like Bryce as well as Mitch Norton signed on multi-year deals, and we'll continue to work on what we want the roster to look like next season."
Cotton said he's thrilled to be able to continue writing his legacy in the NBL and with the Wildcats.
"This is extremely exciting for me and my family, as well as the club," he said. "The past six seasons have been amazing, and I now get to paint the canvas some more for the next three years."
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