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Patty Mills is no stranger to offensive outbursts or big stages. On another short-handed night, Mills answered the call.

Maddie Meyer

Game Flow | Shot Chart

On a night that featured an offensive display by Patty Mills, absurd and phenomenal seem a fitting description by J. Gomez.

With 32 points under his belt, it's only right that we remember Patty's larger role on the Australian National Team.  In 2012, Patty led all scorers with 21.2 points a game.  Oi Oi Oi!

Talk about making it Green around here.  Check out Patty's shot chart.

Dan McCarney credits Pop's move to put Mills, Cory Joseph, Nando De Colo, Jeff Ayres and Matt Bonner on the floor to start the 4th as the turning point of the game.

It's becoming painfully obvious that Tony Parker is not looking like himself at this point.  Even though he is trying to push on, Matthew Tynan wonders if Tony should be shut down through the All-Star Break.

Rufus On Fire looks for the silver linings in their home loss to the Rodeo Road Trippin' Spurs.  Although, not fully healthy, the Spurs are still looked upon as the measuring stick in which to measure progression.

Gerald Henderson, like many others, is not very impressed with Diaw's overall appearance.  However, GH most definitely respects Boris's game on the court.

Popovich credits Patty's motor and experience with the Australian National team for his competiveness.  Pop boldly states that Patty is not impressed with the NBA.

Doing their fair share, Paul Garcia discusses Nando De Colo's and Jeff Ayres' excellence in the 4th Quarter.  Not to mention, Boris facing the Boo Birds and relieving Timmy of his Al Jefferson assignment.

Next up:  The Detroit Pistons.  Now, let's keep Rodeo Road Trippin'!