For the second straight game, the Warriors won't have their top bench player.
Andre Iguodala was ruled out for Sunday's game against the Miami Heat due to a sore left knee.
But head coach Steve Kerr told the media in Miami on Sunday morning that Iguodala will play Monday in New Orleans.
Iguodala missed Friday's game against the Magic.
Stephen Curry (right hand contusion) and Kevin Durant (sprained right ankle) were listed as probable on Saturday, but have been upgraded and are available to play.
Coverage of the Warriors and Heat begins at 3pm with Warriors Pregame Live on NBC Sports Bay Area and streaming on NBCSportsBayArea.com.
The Warriors are currently in the midst of a six-game road trip. Their next opponent is the Magic in Orlando.
Who suits up for the Warriors Friday night in Orlando is quite the mystery. On Thursday, the Warriors listed five players as questionable on their injury report.
Curry and Durant were both on the injury report prior to Wednesday overtime win in Los Angeles. Curry wore a wrap around his hand as he scored 28 points in the Warriors' 127-123 win vs. the Lakers. Durant, dealing with a sprained left ankle for nearly two weeks now, led the Warriors with 29 points.
Friday is the second and final time the Warriors play the Magic this season. They previously beat them, 110-100, on Nov. 13 at Oracle Arena.
The Warriors play the Lakers in Los Angeles on Wednesday night.
So while in LA on Tuesday, Steve Kerr joined The Bill Simmons Podcast and answered many questions.
One such question: "If you could change any in-game rule, what would it be?"
Kerr: "I would get rid of replay -- other than buzzer beaters. I would have very, very limited replay.
"I think the replay thing would enhance the flow ... fewer timeouts is good for flow but fewer replays would also be good.
"What's really tricky with replay is the unintended consequences. I would like to see it restricted to just the most basic stuff."
Another question thrown at Kerr: "Which current player would you -- Steve Kerr the NBA player in a time machine coming back -- most want to play for?"
Kerr: "Andre Iguodala I think. He wouldn't want to do it but he would make a good coach. He loves golf. He's gonna have a nice retirement and do whatever he wants.
"Unbelievable basketball mind and he's got the right edge. He would handle the media -- he could do it with his eyes closed -- but I don't think he will."
Check back on Friday when Simmons releases Part 2 of the Kerr mailbag...
Drew Shiller is the co-host of Warriors Outsiders. Follow him on Twitter @DrewShiller