The Warriors are beat up after their game in Toronto and will be without Stephen Curry, Andrew Bogut and Harrison Barnes tonight, according to multiple reports. Carl Landy is also questionable with a shoulder injury.
It's no surprise that Bogut won't play; he made his return to the lineup a day earlier and played 24 minutes, collecting 12 points, eight rebounds and four blocks.
That Curry won't go is of more concern for the Warriors, as Monday night he suffered the second sprain to his vulnerable right ankle in two weeks.
[REWIND: Curry aggravates ankle injury]
Barnes won't play tonight, either, nursing an injured left knee. With less than a minute to go against the Raptors and the game already decided, Barnes took off for a massive dunk. Raptors center Aaron Gray was late in rotating to help and caught Barnes after he was already airborne. The contact sent the Warriors' rookie hard to the ground where he landed on his left leg awkwardly and immediately grabbed below his knee.
Landry collided with David Lee late in the win and hurt his shoulder.