The Memphis Grizzlies are among the teams that have been pursuing Harrison Barnes.
The Golden State Warriors are unlikely to trade Barnes unless it is for a significant piece.
The Warriors are searching for quality backup bigs.
The Grizzlies are looking for an upgrade at small forward.
Harrison Barnes admitted on Friday that the Golden State Warriors' decision this offseason to acquire Andre Iguodala in a sign-and-trade has made the season challenging as he's been moved to a bench role.
"I'm not going to front," Barnes said. "It's been a challenge."
Barnes has played better of late, going into the All-Star break scoring double...
He won't say the Black Falcon is back. Harrison Barnes isn't going that far. But he did acknowledge he's starting to feel comfortable in his new role as the Warriors' sixth man.
"I'm not going to front," Barnes said just before the Rising Stars Challenge on Friday in New Orleans. "It's been a challenge."
Smart move to temper the expectations...
A pane of glass fell from the ceiling of Oracle Arena to the court during the Heat-Warriors game Wednesday, shattering near the feet of Warriors’ defender Harrison Barnes. No one was hurt in the bizarre incident, but it did wipe out a 3-pointer by the Heat’s Shane Battier.Fortunately, nobody stepped on the glass and the grounds crew was able to get it all cleaned up.Unfortunately...
The Golden State Warriors would have to trade Harrison Barnes or Klay Thompson in order to make a major move at the deadline.
Barnes has struggled this season, but sources say the Warriors don't appear ready to deal him.
The Warriors have two large trade exceptions, but they are only $2.5 million below the luxury tax.
Struggling Warriors forward Harrison Barnes was asked to describe or grade his overall performance this season heading into the All-Star break and replied that it was a tough question.
"Obviously personally, probably not that high because one thing I wanted to focus on coming into the season was consistency," Barnes said. "I haven't been able to accomplish that...
The playoff series against the Denver Nuggets last season served as Harrison Barnes‘ launching pad. The young forward blossomed in the midst of David Lee’s groin injury and seemingly solidified his status as a fixture in the Golden State Warriors‘ future. Barnes displayed his blend of athleticism and scoring prowess, which proved pivotal to the Warriors advancing into the...
Harrison Barnes has given the Golden State Warriors another weapon to take them to the next level.
Check out this double clutch dunk off the break that rattled the house in their 99–88 win over the Portland Trailblazers.
The post Video: Harrison Barnes with the double clutch dunk over the Portland Trailblazers appeared first on Players View.
DUNK OF THE YEAR NOMINEE
Watching this dunk from five different angles just cements in the fact that it really is as good as we have seen this year. Grab a cup of coffee and enjoy watching this clip which should make you smile. Your turn, Blake Griffin. via NBA Article found on: Cosby Sweaters
Golden State Warriors rookie forward Harrison Barnes had a spectacular one-handed slam dunk over Minnesota Timberwolves center Nikola Pecovic during the second quarter of Saturday night's NBA game at the Oracle Center.
Barnes had 10 points and 11 rebounds to help the Warriors defeat the Timberwolves 96-85.
Visit us at http://holdoutsports.com and Follow ...