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The Eulogies for Harrison Barnes


Frankly, a lot of complaints about Barnes build down to the same bloodlessness affectation he has on the court when he was scoring 40 points against Clemson. He's quiet and reserved, and only the occasional on–court outburst is going to change that. Barnes was the first person to say he expected to play better in the tournament, but it's rather facile to say he should have just stepped up, and parted the defenses with his innate Harrsion Barnesness. (Carolina March)

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