Kings' Harrison Barnes won't shave or cut his hair until team gets back to .500
Thu Feb 13, 2020
If you’ve wondered why Sacramento Kings forward Harrison Barnes
has been rocking a longer beard these days, there’s a method to the madness. Barnes said he won’t be shaving his beard or cutting his hair until Sacramento gets back to a .500 record. The Kings entered Wednesday’s game in Dallas with a 21-32 record, so it won’t happen anytime soon.
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