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Golden State Warrior rookie Harrison Barnes already has one of the best dunks of the NBA season, and last night he added another to that list. During the 4th quarter of last night’s game versus Denver, Barnes beat Anthony Rudolph off the dribble. Then Barnes attacked the rim and threw down a nasty reverse dunk. The Warriors bench went crazy.
The Warriors blew out the Nuggets to tie the series at 1, and the teams will now head to Golden State. This was no doubt the best game of Barnes career. He finished the game with 24 points.
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The Golden State Warriors were able to beat the Denver Nuggets on the road in a high-scoring affair on Tuesday night, and an outstanding performance from Harrison Barnes helped get them there. The former North Carolina star led the way with 24 points and six rebounds, but it was his reverse jam in the fourth quarter that really put the exclamation point on the evening.
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As the Golden State Warriors shot 64.6% to beat the Denver Nuggets in game two of their first round playoff series, rookie Harrison Barnes scored 24 points in the 131-117 victory.
In the fourth quarter of play, Barnes took a feed from Klay Thompson and rose to the rim for a reverse slam dunk that got Kent Bazemore and Draymond Green from off the bench with excitement:
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Stephen Curry had 30 points and 13 assists and the Golden State
Warriors handed the Denver Nuggets their first loss at home in more
than three months, a 131-117 stunner Tuesday night that evened
their playoff series at a game each.
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