With injuries and uneven performances adding up to a 4-7 record in their last 11 games, Warriors coach Mark Jackson did his best to put a positive spin on things after Tuesday's practice.

"We feel real good about where we're headed. We're gonna be fine," Jackson said. "We're not jumping off a cliff."

After a tough-to-swallow 115-111 loss against the host Charlotte Bobcats on Monday, the Warriors added two more names to the injury report for Wednesday's game against the Dallas Mavericks at Oracle Arena.

Draymond Green, who suffered a sprained left ankle against the Bobcats, and Jermaine O'Neal (sprained right wrist) did not practice and might be game-day decisions. Andre Iguodala (strained left hamstring) also missed practice after traveling with the team.

It all leaves the team reed thin during a demanding two-game homestand that concludes Friday against the Houston Rockets.

Jackson said Green will continue to get treatment, and "we'll see how he is tomorrow."

It would be a blow if Green can't go. His presence is vital on an already-thin bench.

"I don't think we're gonna lose him for the long haul," Jackson said. "I think he's fine. ... You look at last night and he's playing well. He gives us great minutes. He gives us a burst of energy, defending multiple positions. Take him out of the game, and all of the sudden they make a couple of shots and it's a different ballgame.

"We need his versatility. We need his toughness and we need his voice."

O'Neal, who provides emotional leadership on and off the court, has been soldiering on with the wrist injury. But this was the first time he'd missed practice because of it.

"He's a tough guy that's obviously been fighting it," Jackson said. "He's helped us in spots, but it's been tough for him. We'll see how he feels tomorrow."

Jackson said Iguodala is moving much better on the floor and getting his shots up, even running a little.

"Hopefully sooner than later, but we're not really sure when," Jackson said of Iguodala's status.

How do the Warriors get a decent practice in with so many guys out?

"We still get our work in," Jackson said. "There's way of getting your work in, but but you have to be mindful that you've got two games coming up against two good teams. We want to be healthy and whole, so you figure it out."