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Brooklyn Nets Re-sign Patty Mills

BROOKLYN – The Brooklyn Nets have re-signed guard Patty Mills to a multi-year contract. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not released. “Patty is an integral part of what we do both on and off the court, and an important veteran presence in our locker room,” said Nets General Manager Sean Marks. “Coming off one of his best seasons as a pro, we’re thrilled for Patty to return to the Nets.”
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Patty Mills, Nic Claxton returning to Nets on two-year free agency deals

Patty Mills is headed back to the Nets after all. A day after the sharp-shooting guard declined a $6.2 million option to become a free agent, he agreed on a two-year, $14.5 million deal to return to Brooklyn, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Last season, the 33-year-old proved valuable to the Nets. With Joe Harris injured, Mills started 48 games, averaged 11.4 points and shot 40 percent on seven attempts per game from 3-point land. Mills joined Brooklyn last season after 10 years in San Antonio. Get the latest updates on all NBA free agency signings and rumors with the New York Post’s live...
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Patty Mills Will Reportedly Return To The Brooklyn Nets On A Two-Year Contract

Hours before NBA Free Agency was set to open on June 30, future Hall of Fame forward Kevin Durant threw the entire league into chaos by requesting a trade from the Brooklyn Nets. No matter where Durant eventually lands, the Nets will command a king’s ransom for his services, but the rest of Brooklyn’s roster is also in a period of uncertainty until the big dominoes fall. In the midst of that odd situation, veteran guard Patty Mills elected to decline a player option that would have paid him $6.2 million for the 2022-23 season, setting up unrestricted free agency. However, Mills will reportedly stick around Brooklyn on a two-year deal that will pay him $14.5 million.
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Patty Mills declines option with Brooklyn Nets, becomes free agent, sources say

Brooklyn Nets guard Patty Mills has declined his $6.2 million option and will become a free agent, sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski on Wednesday. Mills, who'll attract significant interest around the league, hasn't ruled out a return to the Nets, sources told ESPN. Teams may begin negotiating deals with free...
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Patty Mills opts out as Deandre Ayton-to-Nets trade rumors heat up

NBA free agency officially begins Thursday, but for the Nets it tipped off when Kyrie Irving picked up his player option and it continued when Patty Mills declined his. Mills has opted out of his $6.2 million deal, a source close to the player told The Post. The 33-year-old combo guard will become an unrestricted free agent. It doesn’t guarantee a departure from Brooklyn — he and his wife are fond of the area — but Mills could potentially get more on the open market after he set career highs in scoring (11.4 ppg), 3-pointers (227), starts (48) and minutes (2,346) in...
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Nets' Patty Mills to decline player option, becomes free agent

Brooklyn Nets guard Patty Mills has declined his $6.2M player option for next season in order to become a free agent, league sources tell Brian Lewis of The New York Post. Mills, 33, had a solid season in his first season with Brooklyn in 2021-22, averaging 11.4 PPG, 1.9 RPG and 2.3 APG on .408/.400/.814 shooting in 81 regular season games (48 starts, 29 MPG). He averaged career highs in three-point makes and attempts, with 2.8 and 7.0, respectively.
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Report: Nets G Patty Mills declines player option for 2022-23 season

Brooklyn Nets guard Patty Mills declined his $6.2 million player option for next season, ESPN reported on Wednesday. The move makes Mills a free agent one day before players can begin negotiating deals with clubs. The 33-year-old Mills made a career-best 227 3-pointers last season for the Nets. He averaged...
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