An MRI Monday showed Ginobili has a left internal oblique strain while backup center Splitter has a right calf strain, the paper reports.
"I felt something, and when I went to shoot the free throws, I felt something strange, a little pop," Splitter said, according to the Express-News. "They say it's small, not a big deal. That's the good news."
One thing going for the Spurs, who sit atop the Southwest Division and are in second place behind the Oklahoma City Thunder in the Western Conference, is that the whole league will be taking a five-day break for All-Star weekend so that minimizes the number of games missed.
- Manu Ginobili
- Tiago Splitter
- San Antonio Express News
- San Antonio Spurs