Patty Mills’ wife, Alyssa, recently shared a sweet photo leaning on her husband while flaunting her long toned legs: “BIG dreams that we have.”
Patty Mills is a talented basketball player and a loving husband to Alyssa Mills, whom he met at Saint Mary’s College of California, where they earned their bachelor’s degree.
Although from different racial and cultural backgrounds, the pair became a perfect match and tied the knot in a beautiful wedding ceremony in Hawaii in 2019. The couple has since shared several photos, from dreamy vacations to intense workouts.
SWEET COUPLE MOMENT
Recently, Alyssa shared a glimpse of their evening outdoors through an Instagram post. In the photo, Alyssa donned a white lace crop top and matching skirt with a slit up to her waist.
The NBA star’s wife leaned towards her husband, with one hand on his chest and the other on his shoulder. On the other hand, Patty looked relaxed in a half-buttoned top, jeans, and slippers.
Alyssa’s post attracted several praises from fans who complimented them. “You both look absolutely gorgeous,” one comment read. “And [I] look forward to hearing about your dreams.”
While the Spurs star is living his dream in the NBA, his wife has been very supportive. Last year, she was photographed attending the FIBA basketball world cup and turned into a meme that referred to her as a “hot chick from Bondi.”
The athletes' project aims to protect the African-American community through safety and criminal justice reforms.
Patty immediately corrected the meme page and said his wife was not from Australia but North Carolina. The athlete is the one from Australia and only gets support from Alyssa for his advocacies in the country.
During his growing years in Australia, Patty experienced racial discrimination, racial abuse, and bullying, which later inspired and motivated him to fight against social injustice.
This year, amid the lockdown, the athlete launched the Indigenous Basketball Australia, an organization to help indigenous athletes turn their passion for the sport into a career.
His new initiative adds to his already established foundation, Team Mills, and his work with the We Got You project that fights for social justice. Patty hopes that his advocacies will promote inclusiveness in society despite different backgrounds.
Patty Mills during the game against the Charlotte Hornets on March 3, 2020 at Spectrum Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. | Source: Getty Images
CALL TO ACTION
Several NBA stars have also stepped in to stop racial and social discrimination, including Dwyane Wade, Chris Paul, and Carmelo Anthony, who launched the Social Change Fund.
The athletes' project aims to protect the African-American community through safety and criminal justice reforms and to promote a world where everyone can cohabitate peacefully and respectfully.
Dwyane Wade during a game against the Indiana Pacers for the 2013 NBA Playoffs at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on June 1, 2013 in Indianapolis, Indiana. | Source: Getty Images
This year, amid the coronavirus pandemic, incidents that showed racial injustice angered many Americans. Several protests took place, and unrest began, building tension between the police and the community.
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