Programming note: Watch the Warriors take on the Magic today at 4:00 PT, streaming live on the MyTeams app.
The Warriors will be shorthanded when they take the floor Thursday night in Orlando.
Kevin Durant (rest) and Andre Iguodala (illness) will not play at the Magic, the team announced.
This will be the first game KD has missed all season, while Iguodala won't be in uniform for the eighth time.
Golden State lost at the buzzer on Wednesday night in Miami and will look to avoid back-to-back losses for the first time since Dec. 25 (Lakers) and Dec. 27 (Blazers).
Steph Curry, who has struggled with his outside shot each of the last two games -- going 4-for-14 from deep against the Hornets and Magic -- just might need a huge game to get the Dubs a win.
Fortunately for the Warriors, he has had some big performances at Orlando over the last four seasons:
-Nov. 26, 2014 = 28 points, 6-for-8 from 3s
-Feb. 25, 2016 = 51 points, 10-for-15 3s
-Jan. 22, 2017 = 27 points, 7-for-13 3s
-Dec. 1, 2017 = 23 points, 3-for-8 3s
The Magic have won eight of their last 11 games, but they did lose to the Knicks on Tuesday.
Jonas Jerebko is also listed as probable with a right quad contusion.