Sports Day "Don't expect to see Mavericks point guard Deron Williams playing in Dirk Nowitzki's Heroes Celebrity Baseball Game on Friday night. Williams recently had surgery to repair a sports hernia." June 10
NBA.com "Although his 2015-16 season was admittedly mired by injuries, three-time All-Star point guard Deron Williams also says his first campaign with the Dallas Mavericks helped to rekindle his love for the game of basketball. Bouncing back from a lackluster ’14-15 season with the Brooklyn Nets,..." May 04
Hoops Rumors "Deron Williams plans to turn down his player option worth more than $5.621MM and hit free agency to seek a multiyear contract this summer, sources told Tim MacMahon of ESPN.com (ESPN Now link). The Mavericks and the point guard have mutual interest in doing a new deal, according to..." April 29
Dallas Morning News "Coach Rick Carlisle confirmed to media members Sunday afternoon that Deron Williams is "done for the year." The point guard had tried to play in game 4 on Saturday, but had to exit after 89 seconds when his sports hernia/left abdominal strain became too painful. Williams said he's been told..." April 25
ESPN "Mavericks point guard Deron Williams will probably not play again this season after lasting less than 90 seconds in Saturday's Game 4. Williams aggravated an abdominal strain and sports hernia during the first minute of the game and checked out for good at the 10:31 mark of the first..." April 24
Sports Day "Deron Williams' absence didn't make the difference in the Mavericks' 131-102 loss to Oklahoma City in Game 3 on Thursday. But it certainly didn't help. The starting point guard, who gutted out 26 minutes in the Game 2 victory before the pain from his sports hernia/abdominal strain became too..." April 22
Sports Day "Deron Williams missed 17 games this season with assorted injuries. He's been particularly hampered in the past month, missing eight games due to what was believed to be a strained abdomen. He was later diagnosed with a sports hernia, and he most likely will need off-season surgery. But he..." April 17
Mavs Moneyball "On Wednesday night, Deron Williams will miss his seventh straight game with a sports hernia that worsened after he spent a month trying to play through it. While Williams has not been officially ruled out for the season -- or even the next game -- the Mavericks are prepared for the possibility..." April 07
Per @MavsPR's game notes. Deron Williams (left abdominal strain) is out & Raymond Felton (right groin injury) is questionable at Minnesota.
Deron Williams confirmed today at shootaround he's been dealing w/ a sports hernia for about a month. Out tonight. Day-to-day going forward
ESPN "Dallas Mavericks point guard Deron Williams will miss at least the next two games due to an abdominal strain. The Mavs hoped that Williams would be able to play Sunday against the Sacramento Kings after sitting out Friday's loss to the Golden State Warriors, but his abdominal strain did not..." March 27
ESPN "Rick Carlisle said Thursday that referee David Jones apologized to him for the situation with point guard Deron Williams on Wednesday and the Mavericks coach considers "this matter in the past." Carlisle delivered the message to several reporters in a text message. "With the League's..." March 10
Fox Sports "Dallas Mavericks point guard Deron Williams got a technical foul Wednesday night and his coach, Rick Carlisle, is pretty upset. Not with Williams though. Carlisle was livid with the ref who called the foul, longtime official David Jones, for following Williams back to the Mavs bench after..." March 10
Guards Devin Harris (sprained left great toe ) and Deron Williams (right hip contusion) will not play tonight against Miami.
DWill officially out now (hip contusion).
The Big Lead "Rajon Rondo sat out Tuesday’s Kings – Mavericks game with back spasms, but he was dressed on the bench during the game, so he had a very good seat for Deron Williams’ game-winning buzzer-beater in double-overtime. (Video below) At one point during the game, Williams was on the side in front of the..." January 06