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Tucson native Bryce Cotton wins third NBL MVP award in four seasons

For the third time in four seasons, Bryce Cotton received the Most Valuable Player award in Australia's National Basketball League, which was announced on Wednesday. The Tucson native and former Palo Verde standout landed the Andrew Gaze Trophy with 112 votes, and joined Gaze and NBL legend Leroy Liggins to receive MVP honors in back-to-back seasons. Cotton, a star for the Perth Wildcats, also won the award in 2018 and '20.
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Bryce Cotton earns third National Basketball League MVP Award

Former Palo Verde standout Bryce Cotton earned his third MVP Award playing for the Perth Wildcats of the National Basketball League (NBL). Cotton tallied 112 votes beating out Tyler Harvey (74 points) to win his third MVP award in four years. He was also named MVP by the Fans of the NBL for the second time. Cotton was also placed on the All-NBL First Team.
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Perth's Bryce Cotton wins third NBL MVP award

Bryce Cotton is now a three-time NBL MVP, with the Perth Wildcats superstar winning the Andrew Gaze Trophy for the league's Most Valuable Player over the 2021 season. The award makes it back-to-back wins for Cotton, who tallied 112 votes, and his third in four years as the American guard continues to solidify his place as one of the best players in NBL history.
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