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Watch Harrison Barnes' amazing dunk (but do so in a safe place)

April 24, 2013|By Chuck Schilken

Golden State forward Harrison Barnes delivered the highlight of the night Tuesday with his two-handed reverse layup over Denver's Anthony Randolph during the fourth quarter of the Warriors' 131-117 victory in Game 2 of their first-round NBA playoff series.

Just how amazing was it? Well, take a look for yourself at the video above.

But you should take some precautions first. Strap yourself to your chair. If that's not an option, then try to find a safe place where you can watch it alone.

Or at the very least, make sure there are no co-workers or family members within arm's reach.

Otherwise, you won't be able to help yourself. Barnes' dunk is so mind-blowing that it will make you want to grab the nearest person, link arms, put your hands up in his or her face, run like the two of you are taking part in a three-legged race, slip and slide all over the place, and then nearly take that person's head off with a vicious high kick.

Trust us -- it's a proven fact.

Don't say you weren't warned.

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