UPDATE: (7:05 p.m.) -- A CT scan on Andrew Bogut's face came back negative, the Warriors announced following the team's 91-86 win over the Thunder Sunday night.
The high spirits with which the Warriors began their five-game road trip were dampened before the first half of the first game in Oklahoma City.
Andrew Bogut (orbital contusion) and Leandro Barbosa (right knee sprain) were injured in the first quarter and were ruled out for the remainder of the game.
The Warriors' starting center took a Kendrick Perkins elbow to the face with 4:39 remaining in the first quarter.
He stayed in the game but did not come back to the floor following a time out at the 3:51 mark of the first period.
Barbosa was fouled on a shot attempt at the rim with 3:51 left in the first quarter and landed awkwardly.
He fell to the ground and limped gingerly to the bench.
He returned after the time out, attempted the two free throws, and stayed in the game for the rest of the first quarter.
He started the second period but was subbed out 40 seconds into the second quarter.