CLEVELAND -- The Warriors will be down three starters -- point guard Stephen Curry, center Andrew Bogut and forward Harrison Barnes -- as well as key reserve forward Carl Landry as they conclude their four-game road trip against the host Cavaliers.
Bogut, who returned to action Monday at Toronto after a 38-game absence, was scheduled to get the night off. He is still rehabilitating his surgically repaired right ankle
Curry, who sprained his right ankle in the third quarter Monday, has been ruled out, his third missed game this season.
Barnes is knocked out by a sore left knee. He hurt it when he was fouled on a dunk late in Toronto and landed awkwardly. It was initially said to be his calf, but his left knees began to bother him Tuesday.
Landry took a charge late in the game and injured his shoulder.
Reserve guard Jarrett Jack will start in place of Curry. Warriors coach Mark Jackson would not reveal which backup center -- rookie Festus Ezeli or Andris Biedrins -- would start in place of Bogut.
Nor would Jackson say who is replacing Barnes. The likely candidates are veteran Richard Jefferson or rookie Draymond Green.