Swingman Andre Iguodala (knee tendinitis) will miss the next two games, and big men Andrew Bogut (ankle) and Jermaine O'Neal (wrist) will be game-time decisions Thursday as the Warriors see an opportunity in their schedule to inch closer to being healthy.

All three players sat during Tuesday's win over lowly Orlando. If they continue to rest against cellar-dwelling Milwaukee on Thursday and San Antonio on Saturday, they will get 11 consecutive days of recovery as the Warriors have an odd five-day break next week.

"It'll be great for guys to rest and recover their bodies," Warriors head coach Mark Jackson said. "Guys who need to practice, stay sharp and work hard will obviously do that. But there are some guys who have a lot of miles and guys who have knickknack injuries. It's important for us to make sure we use that time wisely."

Iguodala's injury appears to be the most serious.

Knee tendinitis, also known as "jumper's knee," is an injury to the tendon that runs from the knee cap to the lower leg bones and occurs because of the stress caused by repeated running, jumping and landing, according to Dr. Luga Podesta, sports medicine physician at Kerlan-Jobe Orthopaedic Clinic in Los Angeles.