Patty Mills is set to enjoy a massive payday of $16 million after the Aussie basketball star agreed to terms with NBA team Brooklyn Nets.
He will soon be teammates with Nets superstar Kevin Durant - but before that they will face off in the semi-finals at the Tokyo Olympics, where Team USA are heavily favoured to end the impressive charge of the Boomers.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Young gun Jock Landale, 25, who impressed on court at the Games, is also buzzing after landing a two-year NBA deal with Mills' current club, the San Antonio Spurs.
The 6ft 11in star spent this season playing in the NBL with Melbourne United, winning the championship and earning MVP honours in the grand final series.
Despite just being offered a massive $16 million contract with the Brooklyn Nets in the NBA, Patty Mills' focus is Olympic gold with the Boomers in Tokyo
Young gun Jock Landale (pictured right) will move from Melbourne to San Antonio after the Spurs offered him a two year contract after his impressive performances with the Boomers at the Tokyo Games
Mills' steely focus hasn't waivered at the Olympics, despite the eye-watering contract negotiations with Brooklyn.
'My mindset is with my country and this team, my heart is with my country,' he said this week.
'We are on a mission here and we always talk about having no distractions...we are in the trenches together and not going to let anything come in the way of that.'
Mills, 32, was also reportedly in the sights of the LA Lakers, but joining the Nets' enviable roster of Durant, James Harden, Kyrie Erving and DeAndre Jordan was an offer simply too good to