Tony Parker (ribs) will play in Wednesday's game against Brooklyn after sitting out against the 76ers on Monday, while everyone not named Tiago Splitter (calf) and Patty Mills (shoulder) will be available.
The Scoop:Mills is "working every day" to get back, and Mills thinks he's in "pretty good shape" to meet the January 15 timetable. Mills is dribbling the ball and doing conditioning drills, but he just started shooting last week. Mills said he won't rush back before ready, but there's no reason to to think his return will be delayed beyond mid-January.
The Scoop:Mills has looked good in recent workouts, but he's still expected to be out until January. For now, there is no reason to monitor his progress, but it's encouraging he's making strides toward a return.
The Scoop:Mills isn't expected to make his regular-season debut until sometime in January, so him missing Monday's game should come as a surprise to no one. Splitter has played a total of 10 minutes this season, and his calf issue has turned out to be a fairly severe injury. Aron Baynes and Boris Diaw will continue to get some extended minutes with Splitter sidelined, but neither player makes for a very attractive option in standard leagues.