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Luke Travers Signs Long-Term Deal with Wildcats

Highly touted Perth Wildcats development player Luke Travers has signed a three-year contract extension to remain with his home town club.

The sought-after 18-year-old opted to forgo college basketball in the United States and begin his professional career immediately.


Want to tell me again how the Wildcats don't develop Local Talent?

But does this mean he stays as a DP next year? Or do we need to open another Roster Spot?

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was TCU the only college team after him big

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University of California was reportedly interested

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St Mary's

All had shown significant interest in the last twelve to eighteen months in Travers. It was well known however that the kid is not good with the books and this was the option (NBL) which he would choose if available.

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He got game.

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