CHICAGO -- Warriors forward David Lee is scheduled to rejoin the team Tuesday after missing the past two games due to the stomach flu, and he's listed as questionable for Wednesday's game at Chicago.
"Hopefully, everything will be fine moving forward," Jackson said. "I expect him to (play), but we'll see how he is when he gets here, and we'll make a determination based on that."
The Warriors beat the Bulls 102-87 three weeks ago while Lee and center Andrew Bogut were out with injuries. In that game, Chicago's Taj Gibson had 26 points and 13 rebounds taking over for Carlos Boozer, who was a late scratch from being injured in warmups.
This time, the Warriors have Bogut, who returned to action Monday at Detroit, and possibly Lee. They'll have to deal with Boozer, Gibson and Joakim Noah in the frontcourt.
"They do a great job, and they hurt us to a certain extent at Oracle," Jackson said. "It's important for us with them playing tonight, understand that we should be the hardest working team in the building, and once again, defensively will be the key."