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Wildcats MVP Casey Prather looks to Europe for next career stop

Dual Perth Wildcats MVP Casey Prather’s outstanding two years in the NBL is attracting interest from Europe as he contemplates his next career move.

Prather became the first player in Wildcats history to win multiple MVP awards in championship seasons when he won the Gordon Ellis Medal on Saturday night.

He was named MVP ahead of Bryce Cotton, Jameel McKay, Damian Martin and Matt Knight.

The American dreams of playing in the NBA and said he was considering opportunities to further impress recruiting scouts.

“I’ve got a couple of teams that are showing interest in Europe,” Prather said.

“I’m going to weigh up my options and see where I can benefit the most and pursue my dream from there.”

Prather also won the Eric Watterson Medal, which is awarded to the “players’ player”.

Martin was named best defensive player, Angus Brandt won the most improved award and Lucas Walker received the coaches’ award, improving his chances of receiving a contract for next season.

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