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Wildcats clawing their way to the top

Karl Langdon and Paul Haselby

With a 95 : 86 win over the Sydney Kings last Sunday, the Perth Wildcats currently sit atop the NBL ladder with 26 points (17 W 9 L) just beating Melbourne United (26 P 17 W 9 L) for No.1 spot by percentage.

The game saw Perth have a poor start, with Sydney able to keep the Wildcats to 28 points in a half before they pushed forward to claim victory.

Bryce Cotton was unable to put points on the scoreboard until 1 min 54 secs left in the third, where he put on a stellar performance & played a key part in the Wildcats win.

What did Wildcats Coach Trevor Gleeson say to Bryce over he’s scoreless period & does he have any concerns regarding the team struggling on the offensive end if Bryce isn’t scoring?

 

Perth Wildcats play Adelaide 36ers at RAC Arena Friday, February 15th (6:50pm AWST)

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Karl Langdon and Paul Haselby
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