Patty Mills Net Worth, Basketball Playing, Awards

Posted admin October 18, 2022
Updated 2022/10/18 at 5:20 PM
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Patty Mills Net Worth


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Popular Name: Patty Mills
Real Name Patrick Sammy Mills
Birth Date: Aug 11th, 1988
Birth Place: Canberra, Australia
Age: 34 years old
Gender: Male
Nationality/Citizenship: Australian
Height: 5 ft 1 1.8 m
Weight: 82 kg
Sexuality: Straight
Marital Status: Married
Spouse(s) Alyssa Levesque
Children: N/A
Profession: Baskballer
Years active: 2009–present
Net Worth: $6 Million
Last Updated: 2022


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Did you know Patrick Sammy Mills professionally known as Patty mills is one of Australia’s most successful and highest-paid basketballers, and philanthropists?

In this article, we are going to reveal to you patty Mills net worth and all other relevant pieces of information like his biography, Basketball career, philanthropy and activism, and awards in addition.

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Patrick Sammy Mills professionally known as Patty Mills is a 34-year-old Australian professional Basketballer, born on August  11th, 1988.

Patty Mills was born and raised in Canberra and is of  Torres Straight Islander and Indigenous Australian descent.

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Patty Mills’ father, Benny, is a Torres Strait Islander (Muralag) while his mother is Yvonne, an indigenous Australian.

His mother Yvonne is a daughter of a white man and an indigenous woman, who was alongside her four siblings taken away from their parents by the Australian state after their parents had separated.

For Patty Mills,  learning of his mother’s past was a “turning point” in his understanding of his identity as an Aboriginal Australian.

Patty Mills’ uncle, Danny Morseu was a former Olympian and the second Indigenous Australian to represent Australia at the Olympics in basketball,

It could be said that Patty Mills was inspired by his uncle.

Patty Mills attended the Marist College Canberra.

He also attended Lake Ginninderra College and Saint Mary’s in 2007 and graduated in 2009.

Patty Mills has cousins that are fellow sportsmen like  Edrick Lee, a rugby league player, Brenko Lee a basketballer, and Nahan Jawai.

Regarding his relationship and love life, Patty Mills met his long-time girlfriend Alyssa (née Levesque).

Alyssa was also a college basketball player, while they were both attending Saint Mary’s College of California.

Patty Mills and  Alyssa subsequently got married in Waimea Valley, Hawaii July 2019.

Basketball  Career

Patty mill started basketball at an early age, as early as four.

He is with a local Indigenous club his parents established called “The Shadows”.

While he grew up, he was the ball boy for the Canberra Cannons of the National Basketball league (NBL).

Patty Mills’ coach at back in Saint Mary’s, David Patrick played for the Cannons during that time and developed a relationship with the Mills family.

Mills also played underage Australian Rules Football at a high level in addition to his basketball playing.

Patty Mills had the opportunity to pursue a career in the Australian Football League (AFL) but however, decided to concentrate on basketball.

In 2005,  Patty Mills created a strong impression at the Australian Olympic Youth Festival, an event set up to showcase future elite sporting talents.

Patty Mills won the 2006 Junior Male Player of the Year at Basketball Australia‘s annual Junior Basketball Awards.

Patty Mills helped Australia defeat New Zealand and qualify for the 2007 Junior Men’s World Championships, as a member of the 2006 Junior National Men’s Team,

In April, Patty Mills was a member of the World Junior Select Team that played against the United States in the Nike Hoop Summit.

In 2006, Patty Mills was named the SEABL U/21 Australian Youth Player of the Year.

He averaged 18.1 points and 3.9 rebounds per game and helped the AIS to a 16–10 regular season record.

Patty Mills finished the season third in assists in the SEABL, averaging 4.37 per game.

Patty Mills was also the youngest athlete picked in the 22-man extended Australian Boomers squad ahead of the 2006 FIBA World Championship 2006.

In the years 2010 and 2011, Patty Mills played in 64 games for the Trail Blazers, with an average of  5.5 points and 1.7 assists in 12.2 minutes.

Patty Mills scored in double figures 10 times and posted what was a career-best 23 points in Portland’s regular-season finale on 13 April against Golden State.

He also featured in two playoff games for the Trail Blazers.

Patty Mills returned to Australia to play in the National Basketball League (NBL) due to the 2011 NBA lockout on August 9th, 2011.

Patty Mills signed with the Melbourne Tigers, turning down lucrative offers from a number of European teams as reported.

Patty Mills scored a game-high 28 points in an 82–76 win over the Sydney Kings In the Tigers’ season opener on 7 October 2011.

Patty Mills was dropped by the Tigers on 20 November after receiving an offer of about $1 million from a Chinese team, the  Xinjiang Flying.

Subsequently, Patty Mills was dropped by Xinjiang after being out for 10 days with a hamstring injury.

Mills however wanted to return to the Portland Trail Blazers, but the Chinese Basketball Association could not guarantee that he would receive FIBA clearance until March.

Surfacing reports had it that Patty Mills was sacked by Xinjiang for allegedly faking the hamstring injury.

Patty Mills however denied the allegation that his hamstring injury was faked.

patty Mills was a player for the Brooklyn Nets of the National Basketball Association (NBA).

In 2007, Patty Mills emerged as the third Indigenous basketball player to play for the Australian national team.

He was picked by the Portland Trail Blazers with the 55th overall pick in the 2009 NBA draft after he played two consecutive years of college basketball for the Saint Mary’s Gaels.

Patty Mills played for the Portland Trail Blazers for two good seasons.

Patty Mills In 2011, during the NBA lockout, played for the Melbourne Tigers of the National Basketball League (NBL) and for the Xinjiang Flying Tigers in China.

Patty Mills on March 2012 returned to the United States and signed with the San Antonio Spurs.

Patty Mills contributed strongly to the success of his new team as they won the 2014 NBA championship.

In 2021, Patty Mills led the Australian Boomers to win their first-ever medal at the international competition, Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

As a sophomore in 2008–09, Patty Mills averaged 18.4 points, 3.9 assists, 2.4 rebounds, and 2.2 steals in 32.1 minutes and was named WCC Player of the Week twice within the space of two months.

Patty Mills declared for the NBA draft, forgoing his final two years of college eligibility, in April 2009,

Patty Mills had played for teams accordingly:

He played for Portland Trail Blazers from 2009 to 2011.

In 2011 Patty played for Idaho Stampede.

He played for the Melbourne Tigers from2009  to 2010.

He played for Xinjiang Flying Tigers from 2011  to 2012.

Patty Mills played for San Antonio Spurs from 2012 to 2021.

Patty Mills Signed with Brooklyn Nets from 2021 till the present.

Awards And Recognitions

In January 2006, patty Mills received the prestigious RE Staunton Medal at the U20 Nationals in Perth.

Patty Mills received the “most promising new sports talent” at the 2006 Deadly Awards which honors Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders’ achievements in sports, music, entertainment, and community.

Patty Mills also received the 2006 Australia Basketball Player of the Year and the National Sportsperson of the Year from the NAIDOC.

Patty Mills was named the WCC Newcomer of the Year.

In 2008 and 2010 Patty Mills won the Gaze Medalist Award.

In 2021, Patty Mills received the Don Award Winner, Sport Australia Hall of fame “don Awards”, and CBR Sports Awards -Men’s Sports Athlete of the Year.

In 2022, Patty Mills received the NBA Sportsmanship Award, ACT Representative for Australian of the Year, and Appointment as a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) in the 2022 Australia Day Honours for “significant service to basketball, to charitable initiatives to the Indigenous community”.

Philanthropy And Activism

Patty Mills takes part in philanthropic activities among whose notable ones are as follows:

Patty Mills’ first charity work began in 2010 when he helped to raise over $40,000 for the first flood relief.

In 2011, Patty Mills started  “Assist Australia”, a charity project following Queensland’s floods in March 2010 and in December 2010, down to January 2011.

Patty Mills has fought racism and police brutality with his platform and resources in his country Australia.

Patty Mills also helped in launching “We Got You”, a campaign to show support for athletes as they fight racism in Australian sports.

He also donated the sum of one million Dollars ( $1 million) to Black Lives Matter Australia and Black Deaths in Custody.

Patty Mills Net Worth

Now is the time to talk about Patty Mills net worth!

Patty Mills net worth is no doubt one of the most interesting facts so many people want to know.

Being Australia’s professional and one of the highest-paid basketball players, it is evident enough that Patty Mills net worth came from his playing career.

It can be said without controversy that there wouldn’t be Patty Mills net worth without Basketballing.

From the estimate, Patty Mills net worth is a whooping eight million us dollars ($8 million).

With the way things are going for the professional basketball player, it is believed that Patty Mills net worth is just going to be mind-blowing before the end of the year.


It is evident enough that Patty mill came from a family of sportsmen, having that even the team where he started his career was founded by his parents.

Again Patty Mills is undeniably consistent in his career as he doesn’t miss any of his team’s pieces of training.

he also carries out some exercises on his own to stay fit.

Patty Mills has some good leadership qualities, most notably his three-point sh0oting and his leadership qualities.

Patty Mills has received several commendations from teammates for his team spirit.



















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