Found January 29, 2013 on
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The Golden State Warriors will be without three starters Tuesday night. Harrison Barnes, Stephen Curry and Andrew Bogut won't play Tuesday.
Barnes left Monday's game with a calf injury and woke up with knee pain, so he won't be jumping as high as the sun tonight. Richard Jefferson will likely get the call.
Stephen Curry's bad ankle will sideline him. He's day-to-day and Jarrett Jack will get the start.
After making a surprise return Monday, Andrew Bogut will rest his ankle in this back-to-back game. Look for Festus Ezeli to return to the starting lineup.
To top it off, Carl Landry is a game-time call.
No Bogut, Barnes or Curry for GS vs #Cavs and Landry a game-time decision
— M.S. Boyer/J. Valade (@PDcavsinsider) January 29, 2013
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