1. Harrison Barnes Will Score At Least 30 Points
After scoring just eight points in the Warriors’ Game 1 loss to the Denver Nuggets, Harrison Barnes has really taken the initiative to step up and produce more for his team.
In Game 2, he rose to the occasion and posted a career-high 24 points to go along with his six rebounds and two assists, en route to a 14-point Golden State victory.
Game 3? Well, Barnes came right back and put up another solid stat line, as he contributed 19 points, seven rebounds, two assists and one block.
In Game 4, I expect nothing short of brilliance from the dazzling rookie. The Warriors need to win Sunday in order to take a commanding 3-1 series lead, and I believe that Barnes will be the X-factor to take them there.