Harrison Barnes Skies over Bucks for 2nd Monster Dunk of Rookie Season

Jesse DorseyFeatured ColumnistJanuary 27, 2013

For the second time this season, the Golden State Warriors' Harrison Barnes put down a monster dunk that sent the NBA world into a frenzy and absolutely embedded Barnes into Youtube history with a slam that's sure to be on everyone's "2013 Top 10" reels come the end of the season.

Barnes got the pass from Stephen Curry in the corner, turned toward the basket, saw a lane to the hoop and decided to take it.

Something tells me that Ersan Ilyasova is wishing he would have settled for the long jumper.

Harrison Barnes levitates and DETONATES over Ilyasova! Tie game 13-13 #LetsGoWarriors

— Golden St. Warriors (@warriors) January 27, 2013

The bench knew that was coming before he took off

— Marcus Thompson (@gswscribe) January 27, 2013

Bazemore on Barnes' latest dunk: "Top 10. Easily."

— Marcus Thompson (@gswscribe) January 27, 2013

Of course, it's going to be hard for him to overtake his first jaw-dropping dunk of the season, back near the end of November when he absolutely annihilated Nikola Pekovic.

Wow Harrison Barnes just had the second best dunk of his career! #warriorstalk

— Jimmy Spencer (@JimmypSpencer) January 27, 2013

For your entertainment, here's a look at that dunk over Pekovic from earlier this year because, well, there's never a bad time to watch him dunk like this.

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