Harrison Barnes, born on May 30, 1992), whose hometown is located in Ames, Iowa, USA, serves as a small forward and currently plays for the Kings. Nicknamed “North Carolina Black Hawk”. Strong athletic ability, strong jumping and explosive power, and good shooting ability.
Location: F (No. 40)
Height: 2.03 meters / 6 feet 8
Weight: 102 kg/225 lbs
Team: Sacramento Kings
School: University of North Carolina
Draft: the 7th pick in the first round of 2012
Salary this season: $20.49 million
In 2010, Barnes entered the University of North Carolina and represented the University of North Carolina in college basketball games. He averaged 15.7 points per game in his freshman season, 17.1 points per game in his sophomore season, and once contributed 40 points in a single game.
He was selected by the Warriors with the 7th overall pick in the first round of the 2012 NBA Draft and officially became a professional NBA player. In the 2014-15 season, as a member of the “Death Five”, he followed the Warriors and won the championship. In order to have a better performance in his career, Barnes chose to leave the team and was eventually traded to the Dallas Mavericks, followed by the Kings, and signed a 4-year 85 million contract.
Barnes is a 3D wing player who can catch and shoot, attack with the ball, and defend. His athletic ability fits perfectly in the Warriors’ “Five of Death” formation.