Watch: Warriors' Harrison Barnes tosses first pitch at A's game

Golden State Warriors small forward Harrison Barnes was the Oakland Athletics' guest of honor on Thursday night, where he threw out the ceremonial first pitch to right fielder Josh Reddick.Barnes, who was recently spotted playing pickup basketball with kids at Mosswood Park in Oakland, continued his post-NBA title run with this fun visit to the Coliseum.Check out video of his first...
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

Warriors' Harrison Barnes plays pick up ball in Oakland

The Golden State Warriors may still be celebrating their first championship in over 40 years, but at least one of their players is already getting back on the court again.  Warriors forward Harrison Barnes took it to the streets for a little run, as he joined a local pickup game in Oakland recently. Here's more via CSN Bay Area:  "The party certainly hasn't stopped as some players...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Harrison Barnes reviews non-alcoholic drinks; Mike Trout is good; more

Warriors forward Harrison Barnes does not drink alcohol. In fact, this first taste of alcohol ever came during Golden State's celebration after winning the NBA title two weeks ago. So, when Barnes stopped by the FOX Sports studios recently, we had him taste and review several non-alcoholic cocktails. HANDWAVE Angels superstar Mike Trout robbed the Yankees' Chris Young of two hits...
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Celtics are taking stock in Warriors' winning formula

The Warriors just finished capping off an impressive Finals run despite not winning the draft lottery or nabbing the most illustrious free agent on the market. Golden State was able to build a winning team through patience in the draft and smart offseason moves; to see an organization succeed in such a manner is relatively rare and should encourage Celtics fans. This should lift...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

Harrison Barnes drinks for first time after winning NBA title

Harrison Barnes would have been within his legal rights — in America, at least — to take his first sip of alcohol two years ago, but the Golden State Warriors forward saved his first drink for a very special occasion. Prior to Golden State’s win over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Tuesday night, Barnes had never...Read More
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17 days ago  |  Discuss

Harrison Barnes’ First Taste of Alcohol Was Victory Champagne

After the Warriors captured the championship last night, Harrison Barnes did something that he had never done in his 23 years on Earth. For the first time in his life, Barnes consumed alcohol; celebratory champagne. How is it possible that […]
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17 days ago  |  Discuss

Cavalier Film Room: Riffing Off LeBron and Narrow Margins

Prepare yourselves, Cavs fans. Game 6 is going to be an absolute brawl to scratch and claw the Cavaliers to a Friday night date with a Game 7 in Oakland. Despite all of the gloom and doom, someone was going to be leading this series 3-2 after five games in all likelihood. Despite the uncharacteristic nature of those outcomes against home court advantage, it makes sense that team...
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Three important takeaways from Game 5 of the NBA Finals

The Golden State Warriors defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers by a final score of 104-91 in Game 5 to take a 3-2 series lead. 1. Small Ball Losing by 21 points in Game 4 meant it was David Blatt's turn to adjust. He responded to the blowout loss in pretty much the same way that his counterpart, Steve Kerr, did after the Warriors fell down 2-1. That is, Blatt decided to dramatically...
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Harrison Barnes Abuses Two Cavs Players With Monster Lefty Dunk (Video)

The two best basketball players on the planet were on top of their game Sunday night. So naturally, one of the best plays of the NBA Finals’ Game 5 was made by … Harrison Barnes? Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors outdueled LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers to move within one game of an NBA title. But early in the fourth quarter, it was Barnes who temporarily...
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WATCH: Harrison Barnes dunks on Mozgov, Miller

Harrison Barnes made a statement early in the fourth quarter of Game 5 of the NBA Finals Sunday night with a huge dunk on two Cavaliers players. Barnes took a bounce pass from Steph Curry into the key and decided to go up strong to the basket. He threw down a big dunk on Timofey...Read More
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Harrison Barnes soars for putback slam dunk in 2015 NBA Finals Game 5

So far in the 2015 NBA Finals, Golden State Warriors Harrison Barnes is still looking for his breakout game and during tonight’s game five, he had a memorable moment. With time winding down in the second quarter of play, Stephen Curry missed an easy lay-up but watch as Barnes soars for the putback slam dunk: Impressive play, Harrison! *** Barnes putback dunk [bballbreakdown] Barnes...
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Livingston’s rebounding could be a game-changer for Warriors

Golden State was let down mightily by its role players in the first three games of the NBA Finals. Harrison Barnes lost his shot, Draymond Green lost his confidence, and Marreese Speights even lost his dignity. With Cleveland successfully managing the might of the Splash Brothers, the drop-off from the Dubs’ typically-stupendous supporting cast was magnified as they went down 2...
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Warriors, Barnes Seek Contract Extension

While the Warriors continue one of the most historic runs in the history of Bay Area sports, the work of the front office isn’t put under the same spotlight. Much of the contract talks Warriors fans have been discussing since the second half of the season took off is that of Draymond Green’s. He isn’t the only forward the Warriors might be looking to keep around. It was announced...
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Harrison Barnes, Warriors Share Interest For Contract Extension

Harrison Barnes is eligible for a contract extension this offseason with the Golden State Warriors. Barnes wants an extension and the Warriors want to give him one, according to sources. The question has been about how much Barnes will command in a new deal.
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28 days ago  |  Discuss

Every Harrison Barnes slam dunk from 2014-15 regular season

As the Golden State Warriors has one of their greatest seasons in franchise history, forward Harrison Barnes was a huge part of their incredible regular season. For those of you who might have missed some of Barnes best slam dunks of the regular season, check out the below compilation video which shows every Harrison Barnes dunk: Harrison Barnes, everybody! *** Every Barnes Dunk...
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June 03, 2015  |  Discuss

NBA Finals Preview: Five keys to victory for Golden State

The five keys to victory for the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals could be simplified by spelling out J-A-M-E-S. That’s right, it is no secret that the Warriors must find a way to manage Lebron James’ effect on the court if they hope to win. With that being said, we will start there: 1. Containing LeBron James Much like guarding any great, there is no such thing as stopping...
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June 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Know your Finals foe: Harrison Barnes

April 18, 2011 changed everything. The day that Harrison Barnes declared he would be returning to North Carolina for his sophomore season would forever alter the course taken by Chris Grant and the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Atlantic Coast Conference rookie of the year, the 6-foot-8 Barnes was a prospect who had been watched for years, only to have his ascent to the NBA delayed by...
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June 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Cavalier Film Room: The MVPs

LeBron James and Stephen Curry are two of the most unstoppable forces we have in the NBA. It’s no coincidence that they’ve led their teams to the NBA Finals because of their ability to get their shot at any time. Both teams have multiple capable defenders that will attempt to minimize the damage from these MVP candidates. However, in the one matchup that these two had at full...
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June 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Warriors Oust Rockets, Clinch First NBA Finals Appearance Since 1975

OAKLAND, Calif. — After a generation of wishing and waiting, the Golden State Warriors have finally arrived on basketball’s biggest stage again. Stephen Curry had 26 points and eight rebounds, Harrison Barnes added 24 points and the Warriors advanced to the NBA Finals for the first time in 40 years with a 104-90 victory over the Houston Rockets on Wednesday...
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May 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Harrison Barnes soars for one-handed dunk in Game 5 against Rockets

While Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson get most of the fanfare for the Warriors, let us not forget that Harrison Barnes is a pretty good player himself. In the fourth quarter of tonight’s game five of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Houston Rockets, Barnes had a memorable dunk. Check out this impressive drive with a high-flying one-handed slam to finish it: *** Barnes...
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May 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Harrison Barnes Works On a Retail Sales Back Up Plan

A high percentage of NBA athletes go broke within five years of retiring and that’s terrifying. So Golden State Warriors forward and multimillionaire Harrison Barnes has a backup plan to become a retail salesman and that’s hilarious. The Backup Plan with Harrison Barnes from Funny Or Die The post Harrison Barnes Works On a Retail Sales Back Up Plan appeared first on Hooped Up.
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May 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Golden State Warriors: Finals bound?

The Golden State Warriors finally put everything together in game 3 of the Western Conference Finals. With the 35-point victory they are now one game away from the NBA Finals. Is a sweep inevitable or will Houston battle back? Before this series started I picked the Warriors to win in 5 games. Maybe I gave Houston too much credit. The Warriors finally put it all together in game...
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May 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Memphis Series Was Harrison Barnes’ Coming-Out Party

The Golden State Warriors will go as far as Steph Curry will carry them. That is inarguable. That being said and agreed to, how far that will be depends rather dramatically on how well his teammates play. If you don’t believe me, sit down for a chat with Curry’s predecessor, Rick Barry. The star of the 1970s Warriors was incredibly skilled, and able to win games all by himself...
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May 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Memphis Series Was Harrison Barnes’ Coming-Out Party

The Golden State Warriors will go as far as Steph Curry will carry them. That is inarguable. That being said and agreed to, how far that will be depends rather dramatically on how well his teammates play. If you don’t believe me, sit down for a chat with Curry’s predecessor, Rick Barry. The star of the 1970s Warriors was incredibly skilled, and able to win games all by himself...
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May 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Warriors, not Cavaliers, favorites to win NBA championship

Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports The Golden State Warriors are the odds-on favorites to win the 2015 NBA championship. Heading into the conference finals, the Warriors are 4-7 favorites to win the championship, according to Bovada. The Cleveland Cavaliers are next at 13-5, followed by the Atlanta Hawks at 9-1, and the Houston Rockets at 10-1. Golden State and the Rockets...
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May 18, 2015  |  Discuss
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