Golden State shot 64.6 percent from the field and scored a whopping 131 points in its Game 2 victory over Denver on Tuesday night. But only two points made a few players on the Warriors bench nearly run onto the court in celebration.
Early in the fourth quarter with Golden State leading by 10, Harrison Barnes got the ball on the right wing and immediately attacked the basket. The Warriors rookie drove right by Wilson Chandler and threw down a reverse dunk that made TNT announcer Kevin Harlan unable to control the volume of his voice.
Golden State's Draymond Green and Kent Bazemore, who were on the bench but already on their feet, had to hold each other back as they celebrated Barnes' dunk.
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