Harrison Barnes' near-perfect first half shakes up NBA fans

Harrison Barnes' near-perfect first half shakes up NBA fans

Harrison Barnes played a near-perfect first half in the Sacramento Kings' season opener against the Utah Jazz at the Delta Center. Barnes scored a whopping 27 points in the first two quarters and only missed one shot.NBA fans were shocked at how explosive the 31-year-old was on the court.

Barnes scored 27 points in the first half and was 10-for-11 from the field, 5-for-5 from the 3-point line and 2-for-2 from the free throw line. He was the main reason the Kings scored 72 points in the first two quarters against the Jazz.

It's a great start for Barnes and the Kings. They are looking to build some momentum after making the playoffs last year. They lost to the Golden State Warriors in the first round, but they should be a better team this season.

Harrison Barnes' first half performance had fans talking on social media. One fan even claimed that fans of the 2016 Golden State Warriors were enraged by their performance. Barnes' performance in the 2016 NBA Finals was a disaster as the Cleveland Cavaliers rallied from a 1-3 deficit to win the championship.

"Cavs fans in 2016 are crazy," the fan wrote.

This fan wants Barnes to do it in the playoffs:

"Can do it in the playoffs."

One fan couldn't believe Barnes got that many points and thought it was a joke:

"I thought it was an ass-whupping."

Another fan said Harrison Barnes has finally peaked:

"This is going to be the best game of the rest of his career."

This fan can't believe he left Harrison Barnes on the bench to play today.

"I left him on the bench for my fantasy team."

Harrison Barnes 2016 NBA Finals

The Golden State Warriors are one win away from winning the 2016 NBA Finals with a record of 73 wins and 9 losses. However, the Cleveland Cavaliers came back in Game 7 to win the title 3-1. Harrison Barnes was one of the scapegoats of the series as he struggled in the Finals.

In the 2016 NBA Finals, Barnes contributed 9.3 points, 4.4 rebounds and 1.4 assists per game. He shot 35.2 percent from the field and 31.0 percent from three-point range. It was a disastrous result for the Warriors, who chased Kevin Durant that same summer.

The North Carolina-born player was one of the victims of the move, signing a four-year, $94 million contract with the Dallas Mavericks, making the Golden State Warriors free agents. one game into the 2019-20 season, he was traded to the Sacramento Kings.


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