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Harrison Barnes hit a game-winning three-pointer to give the Golden State Warriors a wild 108–105 win over the Philadelphia 76ers.

By SI Wire
January 30, 2016

The seven-win Philadelphia 76ers came back from a 73–54 halftime deficit to tie the Golden State Warriors late in the fourth quarter, but fell short of the win after Harrison Barnes hit a last-second corner three to give Golden State a 108–105 victory.

The Warriors finished with 37 assists and were led by Klay Thompson’s 32 points. Barnes had eight points and six rebounds. Stephen Curry added 23 points.

They improved to 43–4 with the win. Golden State is now tied with the 1966–67 Philadelphia 76ers for the best record ever through 47 games.

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The Sixers trailed by six points with just 40 seconds to play, and pulled even thanks to a four-point play from Isaiah Canaan and a steal and score from Ish Smith.

Canaan had a team-high 18 points in 30 minutes off the bench as the Sixers fell to 7–41.

- Kenny Ducey

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