There are more Aussie's representing us over in the NBA this season, so let's take a look how they are travelling to start the season.Andrew Bogut Andrew Bogut is finally healthy (touchwood) and has played in every Golden State Warriors game thus far this season. Whilst he struggled for consistency at the very start of the season, he has had 11 rebounds or more over the last 5 games. Bogut has been as angry as ever on the court this season. He has been in two ‘fights’ so far and I’m tipping he will be in plenty more to come. Bogut is a tough player on the court and often gets on the wrong side of opposition players. The second of those fights happened Saturday in a fiery encounter against the Portland Trailblazers. Wesley Matthews and Mo Williams were ejected, whilst Bogut, who started the fight only got a technical foul. Unfortunately for Bogut and his Warriors, Portland went on to win the game 113-102. Patty Mills Patty Mills is having one of, if not the best season of his NBA career. He has solidified himself in the San Antonio Spurs rotation and is seeing plenty of minutes. Although his defence is still lacking, he has improved even further on the offensive side of his game. Mills is shooting a terrific 48.6% from downtown and is averaging a solid 16 minutes per game. This is the first season for Mills’ in San Antonio in which he is getting consistent minutes and has an important role to play for the team night in, night out. If Mills can continue to build on this early season form, he could find himself playing in some huge games in the Playoffs or maybe even the NBA Finals. Matthew Dellavedova Matthew Dellavedova had many doubters heading into this season, but so far he has proved them all wrong. He has played in 8 of the Cleveland Cavaliers 14 games and in the games he has played in he has showed plenty of promise. Dellavedova’s great early season form saw him earn his first ever NBA career start against the New Orleans Pelicans on the weekend. Unfortunately he wasn’t able to keep up with the pace of the game and in 11 minutes he recorded 2 rebounds, 2 assists and 5 fouls. What impressed me the most was that he was able to put that game behind him and play the best game of his career a day later against the Spurs. He put up great numbers of 14 points, 4 steals, 2 assists and 2 rebounds, whilst shooting 75% from the floor. I can't wait to see what Dellavedova can give to Cleveland, not only this season but hopefully in many seasons to come. Aron Baynes Aron Baynes probably won’t find consistent minutes at any time throughout this season. Barring any injuries to the Spurs roster, he will most likely only be on the court when the Spurs starters have the game under control. Having said that, this season is far from a wasted one for Baynes. He has the opportunity to learn from the best in business with Tim Duncan teaching him what it takes to be a big man in the NBA. There are already signs that he has improved from last season. He looks more comfortable on the court and played his best game of the season against Cleveland yesterday. In the blow out win against the Cavs, Baynes logged 21 minutes and recorded 6 points, 5 rebounds and 2 assists. These numbers aren’t big by any means, but he played well and wasn’t bullied by the Cleveland big men. Which Aussie are you keeping an eye on? Who do you think has the most to gain this season? Let us know in the comments.