The Perth Wildcats have received a major boost announcing reigning NBL Grand Final MVP Terrico White is returning.
White was arguably the league's most successful recruit in the past season highlighted by a 31-point game three against the Melbourne United.
The 29-year-old said it was exciting to be heading back to Perth.
“Last season was incredible but now we have the opportunity to add to that. I love Perth, I love the fans and I love winning for them. I can’t wait to get back to work with my teammates.” White said.
Wildcats coach Trevor Gleeson said White got better as the season went on.
“The combination with he and Bryce kept getting better throughout the season. He took over when opponent’s double-teamed Bryce and also stepped up when we suffered injuries.
“To have two imports on the team who are good under pressure and play the right way is a blessing and we’re glad that Terrico’s coming back.”
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