But Golden State will have neither in Orlando tonight.
Kevin Durant (rest) and Andre Iguodala (illness) will not play at the Magic, the team announced.
The Warriors (43-18) are battling the Nuggets (42-18) for the top seed in the Western Conference and are also close to the Raptors (45-17) in the standings. Home-court advantage in a playoff series against those teams could be could be valuable.
But having its top players healthy and fresh is more important to Golden State.
It’ll just be more difficult for the Warriors with even thinner wing depth. They’ll lean more on Alfonzo McKinnie. Shaun Livingston could also play more, joining Curry and Thompson in three-guard lineups.