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Topic - Harrison Barnes
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"I'm hoping we get four in the lottery before they get four in the lottery," Barnes said during a recent workout for the Charlotte Bobcats. "It would be great, obviously. I mean, it's fun to go to the draft, but it's even more fun when you have your teammates with you. Potentially having four people in the green room from the same team, it would be a lot of fun, that we all reach our goals together."
"When I went to UNC, there were a lot of expectations put on my recruiting class," said Barnes, who is projected to be a top-10 pick in Thursday's draft. "Coming into the NBA draft, it's not really my control."