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Playoffs raised bar too high for Harrison Barnes

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Harrison Barnes' star, so bright in the playoffs, hasn't shined nearly as brightly as it did last spring. What happened? The expectations for him were exaggerated. Seduced by memorable dunks and a potent 12-game stretch in the playoffs, people saw a star. The reality: Barnes is a talented-but-flawed, second-year player who needs developing. (San Jose Mercury News)

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