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Starting center Andrew Bogut and reserve guard Leandro Barbosa, both of whom left Sunday's game with injuries, are likely to play Tuesday night when the Warriors face the Heat at American Airlines Arena in Miami.
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Forward David Lee, who has played only seven minutes all season (on Nov. 5), remains out indefinitely but could return before the conclusion of the road trip on Sunday.
Bogut sustained right orbital contusion in the first quarter of the team's 91-86 win at Oklahoma City. He was recently upgraded from questionable to probable, and is expected to play despite some swelling in the cheekbone area.
Barbosa, a few minutes later, strained his right knee but remained in the game before he was forced to the sideline. He is also listed as probable.
Heat star Dwyane Wade is not expected to play as he continues to mend from a strained left hamstring.