Reserve guard Manu Ginobili will see his first action tonight after missing nine straight games and the majority of a 10th with a strained right hamstring, Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said at shootaround Wednesday.

“Manu is going to play a few minutes — very few, but he’ll play,” Popovich said.

Ginobili, 35, is averaging 11.9 points with 4.6 assists, 1.4 steals and a 19.2 Player Efficiency Rating in his 11th NBA season. He will have missed 22 games with a variety of injuries.

Combined with Tony Parker’s recent health woes, the Spurs have struggled mightily on offense in recent weeks. They’ve cracked 100 points just twice in the past nine games despite ranking seventh in offensive efficiency.