NBL title first, legacy later for Wildcats' MVP Cotton

By Shayne Hope
Updated February 20 2024 - 1:24pm, first published 1:19pm
Perth's Bryce Cotton (11) can't wait for the NBL finals to get going and chase a fourth title. (Joel Carrett/AAP PHOTOS)
Perth's Bryce Cotton (11) can't wait for the NBL finals to get going and chase a fourth title. (Joel Carrett/AAP PHOTOS)

Perth Wildcats superstar Bryce Cotton insists he won't consider his NBL legacy until after he retires as he sets his sights on steering the league's most successful club to another championship.

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