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Golden State Warriors find hero in Harrison Barnes


It was pretty clear Sunday that the Warriors needed their top draft pick to turn up the heat on offense in Game 4. Harrison Barnes did just that. The rookie pressed the attack from the outset and took a career-high 26 shots, and while making just nine of them, still scored a career-high and team-leading 26 points to go along with 10 rebounds in the Warriors' 97-87 overtime victory over San Antonio. (San Jose Mercury News)

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