The Spurs announced Tony Parker (hamstring), Kawhi Leonard (hand) & Patty Mills (shoulder) will all be out Sunday vs the Rockets.
NBA.com "Tim Duncan (rest), Patty Mills (right shoulder surgery), Tony Parker (bruised ribs) and Tiago Splitter (tightness, right calf) are listed as out for tonight’s game at Philadelphia. " December 01
New York Post "July isn’t only about re-signing Carmelo Anthony. The Knicks will look to use their mini mid-level exception to obtain a free-agent starting point guard and one may have emerged out of the Finals massacre of Miami in Spurs backup Patty Mills. According to a source, Mills, unique because of his..." June 17
Fox Sports Southwest "You can always count on San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich to say something entertaining. Everything is going right for the team with the NBA's best record right now, and it's not just because of the effort from Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili and Tony Parker. Popovich is pleased with the..." March 28
CBSSports.com "You get a flop warning, and you get a flop warning... The league has issued a flurry of flop warnings with Timberwolves' Kevin Love and Corey Brewer, the Spurs' Patty Mills and the Bucks' Zaza Pachulia getting tagged. Mills' flop occurred Nov. 1 against the Lakers. On the play, Mills slid..." November 04
San Antonio Express-News "About to begin his fifth NBA season Spurs reserve Patty Mills is best known stateside for his sunny disposition and affinity for towel waving. It’s a far cry from his status with the Australian national team with which he’s been given carte blanche to shoot as often as he likes. Mills took full..." October 12
Per #Spurs: Patty Mills will not opt out of his contract. He will stay in San Antonio for the 2013-2014 season.
Pro Basketball Talk "This really doesn’t impact the Spurs on the court in the Finals, but it will sadden the basketball fans of Australia. Spurs reserve guard Patty Mills — best known in this series for his enthusiastic towel waving — is out for the remainder of the postseason after having surgery on his foot, the..." June 16