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Patrick Mills
Patrick Mills
Position: G
Born: 08/11/88
Height: 6-1 / 1.85
Weight:185 lbs. / 83.9 kg.
Salary: $13,535,714
The champion guard has been blessed with opportunities to live out his NBA dream, and now he wants to give the next generation that same chance. “My love of basketball has come from the fact that it has brought me happiness, joy, health, education and knowledge with greater appreciation and perspective on life,” said Mills, who is averaging 14.3 points off the bench for the Spurs this season. “At the end of the day, a platform was created for me to carry and be my true identity as an Australian, an Indigenous man of the land.”

Patrick Mills to play in upcoming Olympic Games

Interviewed by ESPN, San Antonio Spurs guard Patty Mills has confirmed he will participate in the upcoming Olympic Games in Tokyo, with a clear goal in his mind. “Oh, it’s crystal clear, mate. No hesitation at all. I think everyone is well aware of that, throughout the program, the team, obviously Goorjan, players as well… there’s no doubt about it. Not a single ounce of blood in my body says otherwise. I’m fully committed, and it obviously comes from a very genuine place and the goal that we have as a team… and we are very determined to accomplish it. We have an absolute chance to achieve that in Tokyo. Everyone who’s a part of that program right now, from the head coach all the way to the equipment manager, everyone’s gotta be locked in and feel the exact same way as we feel: determined, fire burning inside, desire to do everything we possibly can to win this gold medal”, Mills said.
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“Massive,” Mills says, when asked if Simmons’ full-throttled involvement with the Boomers could lift the program’s national standing. “You’re not gonna deny his involvement would not only reach a goal for the playing group of a gold medal, but the overall stature of the program; there’s no doubt about it. This is where it’s more of a group effort to be able to build our program to a point where someone like Ben Simmons, who’s our first ever Australian NBA All-Star, says, ‘heck yeah … I wanna be back there, whether I’m injured or this or that or whatever; I wanna be part of that’.”