Harrison Barnes Re-Invents His Game In Ninth NBA Season

It’s not often you see a nine-year NBA veteran reinvent his game the way did in the 2020-21 season. At least not without an injury forcing the change. Known as a quality scorer and solid all-around performer, Barnes made a concerted effort this season to refine his offensive game and add elements that weren’t there before. (NBC Sports)

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Harrison Barnes Re-Invents His Game In Ninth NBA Season

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