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Harrison Barnes and Stephen Curry.

Harrison Barnes reveals what it's like to live in Stephen Curry's shadow

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The Golden State Warriors continued their brilliant form this season at home by defeating the Oklahoma City Thunder 116-108, making it 41 home wins in a row.

Stephen Curry once again led the current NBA Champions to victory, tying them with the Philadelphia 76ers 1966-67 for the best record after 50 games. He scored 26 points in the game.

Sometimes, the way Curry performs on the hardwood, it's easy to forget that he is actually part of a team. He certainly gets a lot of the attention by the media, but there are other players at the Warriors that are great, including Harrison Barnes.

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The problem Barnes has is that he is constantly in the shadow of the current NBA MVP, and while that could be annoying for some players, the 23-year-old managed to find the funny side of it. 

Barnes tweeted out on Friday a hilarious vine where he meets a fan who says that he is his favourite Warriors player. With a smile on his face, he says to the fan that he appreciate his nice comments.

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However, when the fan turns around to walk away, his Warriors jersey reveals a different, that of his teammate, none other than Curry. His facial reaction to the situation says it all. Enjoy.

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