Remember when Josh Reddick and Harrison Barnes talked about a scavenger hunt? It looks like they’re doing it.
Remember when Josh Reddick held his own scavenger hunt last week? That caught the eye of Golden State Warriors forward Harrison Barnes.
Barnes reached out to Reddick on Twitter about the cards Reddick left around for his scavenger hunt.
Reddick responded with details of why he had all those cards.
With David Lee hurt, Harrison Barnes stepped in big time for the Warriors. The entire team shot 65% from the floor and won easily over the Nuggets. More importantly, every player on the floor was a major contributor. Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Jarrett Jack had tremendous performances handling the backcourt duties.
But the game’s big stamp came as Barnes flushed this reverse dunk late in the fourth quarter.
I think what the Warriors have here is a player that’s a little similar to Dorell Wright, but I think this guy has a better jumper. Hopefully this is a great building block to a team that hopes to have a healthy Stephen Curry and Andrew Bogut.
Wright’s future appears to be almost over and I am just hoping that the team is now going in the right direction. That is if there are no distractions.
#30: C Festus Ezeli – Raw talent, so hard to see where he’ll play out.
#35: F Draymond Green – Been watching him since his freshman year. Huge fan and he’s very talented.
#52: C Ognjen Kuzmic – Another center that needs to bulk up.
** Surprised that the team didn’t add a point guard to backup the oft-injured Stephen Curry.