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If you have been following the Warriors this season, in particular Harrison Barnes, you knew that he was capable of performing at another level.
In the first two games without Lee, Barnes tallied 24 and 19 points on 64 and 47 percent shooting. Add in 13 total rebounds with just one turnover, and you've got a player you can count on as a third or fourth scoring option from here on out.
Take out that stinker in Game 4, when he (like most everyone else on the floor) was just a spectator to Curry, and he's had an impressive postseason for a rookie.
With Lee out for the remainder of the playoffs, Barnes will get the chance to showcase his talents as we witness the start of what could be a tremendous career.