OAKLAND — Warriors forward David Lee will miss Sunday's night's game against Utah after an MRI exam on his strained right hamstring revealed nerve inflammation, according to coach Mark Jackson.

Jackson said he did not know when Lee, the team's second-leading scorer and rebounder, would be able to return and if he would be able to come back for the start of the playoffs.

"He's frustrated right now, and rightfully so," Jackson said. "We don't know how long, but I tell you what, he's doing everything he possibly can to get back on the floor for this basketball team."

Lee, who suffered the strain March 22 against San Antonio in the fourth quarter and underwent the MRI exam Thursday, will miss a fifth straight game and be replaced by Draymond Green in the lineup against Utah.

The Warriors do get center Andrew Bogut back for the Utah game after he missed five games due to a pelvic/groin contusion.

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