Patty Mills won't play for Australia this summer in the FIBA Oceania Championship. Mills averaged 21.2 points per game in the Olympics, including 26 against the United States in the quarterfinals. The San Antonio Spurs have advised Mills to continue working on rehabbing his shoulder to prepare for next season.
Patty Mills is arguably the best outside shooter in Australian history. He's a terrific point guard who can capably defend the world's best ball-handlers, too. None of this stopped Australia from surprisingly leaving Mills off their roster for the upcoming FIBA Oceana Championships. Here's the San Antonio Express-News with a possible explanation:"With guidance from the Spurs, Mills...
After a break out season for San Antonio Spurs, it was thought then free agent Patty Mills might be leaving the Alamo City for a huge payday and a chance at a starting role with another team. However, he suffered a huge setback in the offseason when it was discovered he tore his shoulder rotator […]
This couldn’t have come at a worst time for free agent guard Patrick Mills, who sparked the San Antonio Spurs during their championship run last month. According to various reports, the guard will miss several months after suffering a shoulder injury. Bad news & bad timing for Patty Mills @Patty_Mills The aussie basketball star facing 7 months on the sidelines with a shoulder...
According to the Sydney Morning Herald, Spurs point guard Patty Mills will miss the next months with a shoulder injury that will force him to withdraw from Australia’s world cup play. The Australian newspaper reports that Mills will have surgery in the coming days to repair the rotator cuff in his right shoulder. The injury […]
San Antonio Spurs’ Patty Mills is an Indigenous Australian and he wants everyone to see his journey to making it big in the NBA in his upcoming documentary titled “For My People.” The film documents Mills’ professional and private life in Australia including his culture, the people who molded him, his work ethic and humble roots. […]
Patty Mills has never been a household name but after his NBA Finals performance against the Heat, he's headed in the right direction. Mills averaged 15.2 minutes for the Spurs off the bench and scored 10.2 points a game. He really helped San Antonio close out the series with his performances in game 4 and 5. Mills was 9-14 from behind the arch and scored 31 points in those final...
The New York Knicks are interested in using their limited cap space to bring in recent champion Patty Mills. According to The New York Post, Patty Mills is intrigued by the Knicks. Via NYPost.com: According to a source, Mills, unique because of his indigenous Australian heritage, would be intrigued by... The post Knicks, Patty Mills Have Mutual Interest appeared first on Hoops-Nation.
Spurs could be buyers in buyout marketWith the trade deadline having come and gone with little more than a whisper, a new trend in the NBA has emerged: player buyouts. Time for a quick history lesson. It has always been an option to buyout a player’s contract, but since the new CBA of 2011, buyouts have become more prevalent options for team-building as player contracts have...
Tony Parker may be out with “various ailments” for the “foreseeable future” (credit to Coach Pop for the precise injury update), but Patty Mills has emerged as the number one when the Big 3 aren’t available. Mills has continued coming off the bench, but he has become an increasingly more consistent option for the Spurs. When the team began to get plagued by injuries beginning...
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