OAKLAND -- The Warriors' Andrew Bogut and Andre Iguodala will not play Tuesday against Orlando due to injuries, with Iguodala expected to miss at least three games due to right knee tendinitis, according to coach Mark Jackson.

Iguodala, who will have Harrison Barnes start in his place, would have 11 days in which he hadn't played with a three-game rest. The Warriors will have a five-day break before a March 28 game at home against Memphis.

Jackson rested Iguodala in the second quarter of a loss to Cleveland on Friday and said that he played against Portland two days because "he's a gamer."

"Right now, the right thing to do is to shut him down for three games and allow his body to heal, recover and get the proper treatment, and we'll go from there," Jackson said.

Golden State Warriors’ Andre Iguodala (9) dunks against the Alanta Hawks in the second half of a NBA game at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, Calif., on
Golden State Warriors' Andre Iguodala (9) dunks against the Alanta Hawks in the second half of a NBA game at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, Calif., on Friday, March 7, 2014. (Ray Chavez/Bay Area News Group) ( RAY CHAVEZ )

Bogut tweaked his left ankle on Sunday after stepping on Robin Lopez's foot at Portland and left in the fourth quarter to get re-taped before checking back in for the game's final play. The Warriors' top rebounder went through shootaround, but Jackson said he didn't feel 100 percent due to the inflammation.

"It's important to make sure he's right," Jackson said, adding Bogut would be day to day going forward.

Draymond Green will start at forward, with David Lee shifting over to play center. Also before the game, the Warriors recalled center Ognjen Kuzmic.

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