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San Antonio Spurs guard Patty Mills breaks down his vast repertoire of towel waves (VIDEO)

Dan Devine
Ball Don't Lie

Patty Mills has averaged 11.3 minutes per game over the course of his four-year NBA career; he's had a lot of time to kill while serving as a backup guard on the Portland Trail Blazers and San Antonio Spurs. Luckily, he has used that time wisely, honing and developing a towel-waving game that ranks among the NBA's best and most varied:

Three things about this:

1. It's so difficult to pick a favorite here, but for sheer ridiculousness, "The Pirate" seems pretty tough to beat.

2. Based solely on his performance in showcasing his "secret weapon," I am firmly on board with the idea of a towel manufacturer paying Mills a princely sum to be the official endorser of their products. Just look at the way he makes it dance; you're telling me you wouldn't want your towel brand associated with that sort of beautiful fluidity? Well, then, you and I are cut from different terrycloth.

3. It must get really, really boring on the road at times.

Between Mills, Robert Sacre and Kent Bazemore, we're really in the midst of a special period in NBA bench celebrating. Let's try to appreciate it now, while we can; surely, nothing this gold can stay.

Hat-tip to r/NBASpurs.

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