Andrew Bogut & Patty Mills
Andrew Michael Bogut (born 28 November 1984) is an Australian professional basketball player who plays for the Golden State Warriors of the National Basketball Association (NBA). Patrick Patty Sammie Mills (born 11 August 1988 in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory) is an Indigenous Australian professional basketball player who currently plays for the San Antonio Spurs of the National Basketball Association (NBA). /5
Andrew Bogut Patty Mills Kyrie Irving Aron Baynes Luc Longley Golden State Warriors Matthew Dellavedova Andrew Mills San Antonio Spurs Aaron Baynes New Orleans James Harden Oklahoma City Deandre Jordan Cleveland Cavaliers Joe Ingles Denver Nuggets Portland Trailblazers
Jazz should trade for Patty Mills, Andrew Bogut, and Cameron Bairstow just so you could play 5 Aussies.. lol
But are you rooting for Andrew Bogut and the Warriors or Patty Mills and the Spurs?
Andrew Bogut's rib injury on the eve of the NBA playoffs has severely hurt the Golden State Warriors' hopes while Patty Mills is in hot form for the S
NBA update. All four Aussie NBA players teams had big matches yesterday with Patty Mills and Aron Baynes western conference leading San Antonio Spurs (31 win - 8 lose) hosting their main conference rivals Portland Trailblazers (29-9). The Blazers proved too good on the day winning 109-100 with Mills getting 9 points 1 rebound 1 assist and Baynes sitting the game out. Andrew Bogut and his Golden State Warriors (25-15) travelled to Oklahoma City to take on the Chiefs (29-10) and were defeated 127-121 with Bogut playing just 21:40 for his 8 points and 5 rebounds. Matt Dellavedova sat out the Cleveland Cavaliers (14-25) shock win at Denver Nuggets (20-18) 117-109. The Warriors travel to New Orleans to tackle the Pelicans (15-23) today. The Spurs 31-9 heads the western conference from Portland 30-9 and Oklahoma 30-10 with the Warriors 25-16 in 6th. The eastern conference is headed by Indiana Pacers 31-7, Miami Heat 28-11 and Toronto Raptors 20-18 with the Cavs 15-25 in 10th.
Well it's been the best year for all the Australians in the NBA this year here's their averages. Andrew Bogut: 7.8pts10.2rebs 1.5ast 0.7stl 1.6blks 61.7FG% 1.7TO 2.9PF Patty Mills: 7.9pts 1.4rebs 1.5ast 0.9stls 0.1blks 45.7FG% 42.3 3FG% 0.7TO 1.3PF Matthew Dellavedova: 4.1pts 1.3rebs 1.5ast 0.7stls 0.1blks 46.2FG% 40.5 3FG% 0.6TO 1.5PF Aron Baynes: 2.8pts 2.6rebs 0.5ast 43.1FG% 0.7TO 1.3PF To keep in mind Bogut is the only one starting and on top of that Bogut isn't getting maximum minutes. He's only averaging 27.3mins a game. Mills, Dellavedova and Baynes are second options behind some absolute superstars. They're only young so give them time..
Patty Mills and Aaron Baynes both got a start for the San Antonio Spurs as they take on fellow Boomer, Andrew Bogut's Golden State Warriors. Who wins this game?
Vandenberg attended the same school as Andrew Bogut, Luc Longley and Patty Mills. Kinda makes you wonder how many schools Australia has.
Patty Mills and Andrew Bogut both get to take on West worst Utah this weekend. Who will score more points? Like for Mills, comment for Golden State big man, Bogut.
By the end of 2013-14, the NBA since 1978 will have staged 148 preseason or regular season games in 20 countries and territories across Europe, North and South America and Asia. Still waiting their turn – to answer the many emails we get here at HTB – are Australia and New Zealand. Scott Levy, senior vice president and managing director, NBA Asia, acknowledged the heavy interest in the NBA in those countries. Past and present players have hailed from there, including Andrew Bogut, Patty Mills, Luc Longley, Sean Marks, Shane Heal, Chris Anstey and Nathan Jawai. Oklahoma City’s first-round pick Steven Adams is from New Zealand and Cleveland’s Kyrie Irving was born in Melbourne. Participation is high, Australia ranks No. 1 in subscribers to NBA League Pass International and in NBAstore.com’s international revenue, and the country certainly has the sports facilities and culture befitting a possible preseason destination. “Australia is an important market for the NBA in the region and we enjoy a gr ...
Hi, I'm a new admin and I'll go by the name LM33, I am a supporter of the LA Lakers and my favorite player is Kobe Bryant, hence LM33 (Lower Merion 33). Being a Laker supporter many may assume I am a one eyed supporter who will only talk about Kobe and his greatness. This isn't true, although I love my team and especially Bryant, I have a general love for the game and love to watch any team or player. Some of my other favorite players include, Eric Bledsoe, Kyrie Irving, KD, Lebron, Harden, Wade, the list goes on. I am from Australia so I support the few Aussies we have in the League such as Patty Mills and Andrew Bogut!
There are 3 Aussies in the NBA - GSW's Andrew Bogut, & Spurs' Patty Mills and Aron Baynes. Did I win anything boss? :)
Patty Mills, Andrew Bogut and Joe Ingles should be great for Australian Basketball
A bad day for Australian basketball- news sources say Andrew Bogut is out indefinitely, and Patty Mills was lackluster at best in his start today against Miami, although the spurs putt up a great fight.. Okay then! Who do you see winning Most improved player award this year and why? Other then James Harden, it's got to be Anderson Varajeo- 15 point, 15 boards and a few blocks a game! Nich
Confirm or deny: Patty Mills, Kyrie Irving and Andrew Bogut hang out all the time?
DTN Australia: Aussie Patty Mills shines again in NBA: Patty Mills has broken Andrew Bogut's record for most poi...
Congrats to Patty Mills who scored 34pts for the vs GSW to eclipse Andrew Bogut's Australian NBA record!
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