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Sotto returns for NBL23 campaign

Adelaide 36ers fan favourite Kai Sotto is back for a second season in the NBL.

The 20-year-old will now have another full season to continue his dream of making the NBA, after going undrafted this year.

Adelaide 36ers head coach CJ Bruton is excited to have Sotto back for NBL23.

"Kai coming back is huge for us," Bruton said.

"I think his improvement from last season is only going to get better.

"We expect a rapid rise in Kai this season as he builds toward his dreams."

The 218cm centre averaged 7.5 points and 4.5 rebounds per game in NBL22, and his minutes will increase in NBL23 as he becomes a bigger focus on Bruton's new-look roster.

"There's great opportunity for Kai to shine, no doubt about that," Bruton said.

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