Patty Mills subjected to racial taunts during Sunday's game against Cavs

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Spurs guard Patty Mills was subjected to racially insensitive taunts Sunday during San Antonio's road game in Cleveland.

Mills took to Twitter late Sunday night to respond to a fan who posted a video clip of the incident, saying that he hoped to "enlighten this confused, hateful fan."

"We are looking into it to see if an identification is possible," a Cavaliers spokesman told ESPN on Monday.

Cavaliers security has various resources it will mine, including video monitoring and word-of-mouth interviews with people sitting in the area behind the basket.

The incident occurred late in the fourth quarter of San Antonio's 110-94 victory Sunday afternoon over the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Mills was at the free throw line with 2:29 remaining in the contest when the fan could be heard yelling, "Hey Jamaica called, they want their bobsledder back. Hey Mills, Jamaica just called, they want their bobsledder back!"

Mills, a native of Australia who is black, was not asked about the taunts after the game. His father is a Torres Strait Islander, and his mother is an Aboriginal Australian.

ESPN's Dave McMenamin contributed to this report.

In a Feb. 25 ESPN.com story, the choice of words a fan said to Patty Mills was unclear. After further investigation, the fans said "Hey Jamaica called" twice to Mills.