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Harrison Barnes was the 7th overall pick in the NBA draft by the Golden State Warriors. Barnes could have been taken higher. Right now his play is showing he should have gone higher in the draft. Over the weekend Barnes had a monster dunk, one of the best so far in the first month of the NBA.
The Warriors David Lee had the ball in the post then Barnes decided to cut to the rim. Lee gave Barnes a bounce pass and Barnes did the rest. Barnes threw down a monster one hand dunk on the Minnesota Timberwolves Nikola Pekovic. Barnes just put Pekovic on a poster.
So far this season Barnes is averaging 10.7 points per game and he has started all of the 14 games.
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Golden State Warriors forward Harrison Barnes dunks on Minnesota Timberwolves center Nikola Pekovic. On top of the dunk of the year candidate last night, the Warriors also got the victory over Minnesota to move to 8-6. Not sure I could show my face again in the NBA if I was Nikola. I mean damn. That is the definition of posterized. Check out the dunk below.
Golden State Warriors rookie forward Harrison Barnes has a warrant out for his arrest. The crime took place last night when Barnes assaulted Minnesota Timberwolves center Nikola Pekovic in one of the worst poster dunks of all-time! Watch the aerial-assault below.
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My condolences to Utah Jazz’s Nikola Pekovic. Warriors rookie Harrison Barnes baptized him on Saturday night with this dunk. When Harrison’s coach Mark Jackson was asked what he thought of the dunk, he was so impressed it threw him to a flashback moment when Tom Chambers made him highlight reel fodder. Jackson [...]
There are no words for what Harrison Barnes did to Nikola Pekovic during Saturday night’s battle between the Golden State Warriors and the Minnesota Timberwolves. Just watch and enjoy.
Damn son. Barnes is clearly not messing around.
Ladies and gentlemen, we have a new Dunk of the Year. In the second quarter of the final game on Saturday night’s schedule, a cutting Harrison Barnes received a bounce pass from David Lee. The perfectly-timed dish put Barnes in position to score, but with the imposing, six-foot-eleven, 300-pound presence that is Nikola Pekovic looming between he and the goal, Harrison knew...
The second quarter was winding down Saturday night in a game between the Minnesota Timberwolves and the Golden State Warriors, when Harrison Barnes attacks the basket and everything in the way; meaning he dunked all over Nikola Pekovic.The post Harrison Barnes Takes Nikola Pekovic’s Soul With This Dunk (Video) appeared first on The NBA Mistress.
Harrison Barnes (Golden State Warriors) lets Nikola Pekovic (Minnesota Timberwolves) know that he is ready for the NBA with this dunk in today's game.
You knew something quite humiliating was coming at Minnesota's Nikola Pekovic when Warriors rookie Harrison Barnes came barreling towards him in the paint.
And by "humiliating," I mean Barnes absolutely made Pekovic look silly for even attempting to get in his way.
Check out Barnes' nasty one-handed dunk over the big man and giving him the stare down after he...
Golden State Warriors rookie Harrison Barnes is showing why he was selected with the 7th overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft. Barnes has the early favorite for Dunk of the Year after he threw it down all over Timberwolves’ Nikola Pekovic.
It appears that we have a candidate of "NBA dunk of the year" courtesy of Golden State Warriors rookie forward Harrison Barnes back on Saturday night.Watch as he throws down this monster dunk on Timberwolves center Nikola Pekovic:
Say what you want about Harrison Barnes not being aggressive, but here’s a clip of him throwing down a one handed dunk on Nikola Pekovic. He even took the bump and was still able to get up and smash on Pekovic’s head. Source: Dime Magazine
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