Originally posted on Fox Sports Southwest  |  Last updated 5/15/13
Harrison Barnes does a nice impersonation of a superstar. He's got the body language down, he's got the confidence and he's got most of the talent. And because of that it has sometimes looked like the Golden State Warriors could beat the San Antonio Spurs without either of their two best players Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson playing particularly well. They won Game 4 that way, and on Tuesday they withstood some dazzling first-quarter shooting from San Antonio -- before losing 109-91 in San Antonio to fall behind 3-2 in the series -- because Barnes was extending his coming-out party and Jarrett Jack showed a knack for hitting a jumper right when things looked like they were getting bad. Barnes has been the real revelation of these playoffs, which puts him right back where he was in high school. He's from Ames, Iowa, and when he was in high school he was one of those kids who did everything right. Played basketball right, studied right, talked to adults right, said all the rig...
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