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Having already impressed in stints in the NBA with the Utah Jazz, Phoenix Suns and Memphis Grizzlies, you couldn’t blame Cotton for thinking he had to take the chance because who knows if one would come again. However, Cotton was enjoying himself in Perth and didn’t want to let the club down so he turned down the NBA chance, recommitted himself to the Wildcats and now is a big reason why they are one game from the NBL championship. If the Wildcats can beat the Illawarra Hawks on Sunday at Perth Arena, the title will be theirs and Cotton will feel more than justified in the call he made. “Any time you make a decision you don’t look back or wonder what if, but I weighed my options and I think I did what’s best for me,” Cotton told NBL Media.
Perth Wildcats star Bryce Cotton has committed to remaining with the club for the rest of the season after a rejecting a 10-day contract from the Atlanta Hawks. Cotton was given the chance to spend a short time in the NBA but with the NBL season reaching the business end, will remain in Perth.
Turkish powerhouse Anadolu Efes has announced the signing of free agent guard Bryce Cotton. Spain's Baskonia and Russia's Khimki were rumored to be in the mix for the services of Cotton, who played summer league with the Atlanta Hawks last July.
One possible training camp addition could be Bryce Cotton. The point guard played well on the Hawks’ entry in the Las Vegas Summer League last month. Cotton appeared in five games and averaged 12.8 points, 2.6 rebounds and 1.4 assists in 19.6 minutes. He missed one game with an ankle injury. Cotton has 23 games of NBA experience in stints with three teams (Jazz, Suns and Grizzlies) over the past two seasons.
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