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Harrison Barnes’ playoff scoring surge merely step one of two


Harrison Barnes became the first rookie since Brandon Jennings in 2010 to average at least 16 points per game in the playoffs. By exceeding 16 points per game in the playoffs as a rookie, Barnes has already put himself in pretty good company. Just 76 players have done that in NBA history, including four in 1947, the Basketball Association of America’s inaugural year, making everyone a rookie. (NBC Sports)


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