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Name:Harrison Barnes
Hometown:Ames, IA
High School:Ames
Recruit Rating:5 Stars
Born:May 30, 1992 (27)
Height/Weight:6-8, 215
Position:Small Forward
Pro Team:Sacramento Kings (NBA)
Notes:Basketball, 2010 McDonald's All-American
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Kings' Harrison Barnes makes final Team USA roster for FIBA World Cup
Team USA will feature one member of the Sacramento Kings after all in the 2019 FIBA World Cup, as the final roster was made official...

Harrison Barnes Scores 20, but USA Basketball Falls to Australia in Exhibition
After more than a decade of dominance, Australia stunned the USA 98-94 in a tune-up exhibition game before the FIBA World Cup. It was the...

Harrison Barnes never wavered in committing to Team USA
While a slew of players have dropped out of contention for USA Basketball’s quest for the gold at the 2019 FIBA World Cup, Sacramento Kings...

What are reasonable expectations for Cole Anthony?
There is a lot of excitement surrounding UNC freshman Cole Anthony. His commitment earned him a spot as the second-best commit for Roy Williams in...

Kings’ Harrison Barnes says decision to join Team USA was a simple one
Harrison Barnes had the unequivocal belief that if his name was called to join Team USA ahead of this upcoming FIBA 2019 World Cup, he...

Report: Kings will sign free-agent Harrison Barnes to four-year, $85-million deal
The Athletic’s Sam Amick reported that Harrison Barnes and the Sacramento Kings were about to finalize a four-year, $85-million deal that declines annually to account...

Kings preparing to offer Harrison Barnes four-year deal worth up to $90 million
Harrison Barnes and the Kings reportedly are working toward an agreement that could keep the free agent forward in Sacramento. Reports surfaced Friday that the...

Harrison Barnes declines $25.1 million player option to become unrestricted free agent
Sacramento Kings forward Harrison Barnes is declining his $25.1 million player option and becoming an unrestricted free agent. Barnes, 27, one of the top small...

UNC Basketball's Top 100 Players: 91-100
No. 91 Reggie Bullock (2010-13, SF/SG): While not as publicized as classmate Harrison Barnes, one could argue that Bullock’s value as a UNC wing was...

Ranking colleges that produce the most potentially impactful NBA players
4. North Carolina: The Tar Heels had only one top-10 pick in the past 10 years (Harrison Barnes), but they had 12 first-rounders. They also...


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