Ginobili left Saturday's 103-100 overtime win in the second half and was examined on Monday by team physician Dr. David Schmidt in San Antonio, where an MRI confirmed a left internal oblique strain. The 10-year veteran has been limited to just nine games this season due to a broken left hand, averaging 12.1 points, 3.3 assists and 2.9 rebounds.
Splitter was knocked out of Saturday's game in the first half with a strained right calf. Through 31 games off the bench for the Spurs this season, Splitter averages 9.4 points and 5.2 rebounds.
San Antonio is currently in the midst of a 10-game win streak that includes six consecutive wins on a nine-game road trip. Ginobili will remain in San Antonio for the remainder of the trek, while Splitter will stay with the team.