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Patrick "Patty" Mills

Guard

Born: 1988/08/11 Age: 23

Height: 6-0 Weight: 185

Place of birth: Canberra, Australia

Seasons: 2

Drafted by: the Portland Trail Blazers in 2009 (2nd round)

Source: (1)

FG 3PT FT REBOUNDS MISC
YEAR TEAM G MI M A PCT M A PCT M A PCT OFF DEF TOT AST TO STL BLK PF PPG
2010-11 Trail Blazers 64 0 2.1 5.1 41.2 .700 2.1 35.3 .600 .700 76.6 .300 .500 .800 1.7 1 .400 0 0 5.5

Scouting Report

Assets
  • Fast and excels at pushing the ball and running the break. A superb one-on-one player who can score on his own and force double-teams (opening up teammates).
Flaws
  • Undersized in terms of both height and bulk. Commits a lot of turnovers and needs to keep developing as a playmaker. Needs to shoot better from the field.
Career Potential
  • Depth point guard with good potential.
  • Awards

Career highlights

  • 2009 – Drafted by the Portland Trail Blazers in the second round of the 2009 NBA Draft, the second Indigenous Australian to be drafted into the NBA
  • 2008 – Australia Post Boomers squad member; Beijing Olympics
  • 2008 – WCC Newcomer of the Year, All-WCC First Team
  • 2007 – MVP Outrigger Hotels Rainbow Classic, Saint Mary's College Tournament champions
  • 2007 – West Coast Conference Player of the Month: December 2007
  • 2007 – West Coast Conference Player of the Week: 26 November 2007 and 26 December 2007
  • 2007 – In just his fourth NCAA game for Saint Mary's, Mills dominated with 37 points against Oregon – the sixth-best return in the school's history, and best by a first-year player.
  • 2007 – Australia Post Boomers squad member; Under-19 men squad member;
  • 2006 – Boomers squad member (youngest at 17 years of age); AIS scholarship; Australian Junior Camp; U-20 World team at Nike Hoops Summit (USA); U-20 National Championships representing ACT and RE Staunton Medallist
  • 2005 – AIS scholarship; Australian Junior Camp; Youth Olympic Festival Australian men's team (gold); U-18 National Championships representing ACT
  • 2004 – U-18 National Championships representing ACT
  • 2003 – Marist All Ages Basketball Tournament – MVP