Harrison Barnes born May 30, 1992 is an American professional basketball player for the Golden State Warriors of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He played two seasons at North Carolina and was one of the top-rated basketball players in the recruiting class of 2010. Harrison Barnes was rated as the number 1 player in the class of 2010 by Scout.com and in the ESPNU 100. He was rated as the number 2 player by Rivals.com. In his junior year, he and teammate Doug McDermott led Ames High School to an Iowa 4A state championship where he had 24 points and 8 rebounds, capping off a 26-0 season. In his senior year, Harrison Barnes and McDermott led Ames to a 27-0 season and a second straight Iowa 4A state championship becoming Iowa’s big-school class’s first team to go undefeated in consecutive seasons. In the finals he scored 19 points against Southeast Polk. He averaged 27.1 points, 10.4 rebounds, 4.0 steals and 4.0 assists during his senior year and was selected to the USA Today All-USA First Team. Harrison Barnes capped off his Ames High School career as their all-time leading scorer with 1,787 points. Harrison Barnes played in the 4th annual Boost Mobile Elite 24 Hoops Classic where he scored 18 points for Skip To My Lou. On January 20, 2010, it was announced that Harrison Barnes was selected to the 2010 Junior National Select Team. The team played at the 2010 Nike Hoop Summit at the Rose Garden in Portland, Oregon on April 10. He was also selected to play in the 2010 McDonald’s All-American Game where he led the West team to a 107-104 victory. He scored a team high 18 points and was named co-MVP with Jared Sullinger. He also played in the 2010 Jordan Brand Classic where he was named co-MVP with Kyrie Irving. On March 10, 2010, Harrison Barnes won the Morgan Wootten Player of the Year Award, which goes to the nation’s top player. Harrison Barnes and Kyrie Irving also played in the USA team together as team mates.
Sean Elliott born February 2, 1968 is an American former professional basketball player who starred at small forward in both the college and professional ranks. He attended the University of Arizona, where he had a standout career as a two-time All-American, winner of the 1989 John R. Wooden Award, the 1989 Adolph Rupp Trophy, the 1989 NABC Player of the Year, 1989 AP Player of the Year, and two time Pac-12 Player of the Year (in 1988–1989). Sean Elliott was the #3 pick of the 1989 NBA draft, was named to the 1990 NBA All-Rookie Second Team, was a two-time NBA All-Star, and earned an NBA championship in 1999. His #32 is retired by both the University of Arizona and the San Antonio Spurs.