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It was only halftime Sunday, and USC Coach Andy Enfield was striding back and forth across a hallway in the Galen Center, shoulders sagging. Nothing had gone right for the Trojans in the first half against Utah, or really at all in the first half of the Pac-12 season.
At the end of the tour, Barbosa asked if he could sleep in the locker room.
The 32-year-old just about sleeps at the Warriors’ practice facility, leading Harrison Barnes, Justin Holiday and Brandon Rush in daily competitions that usually last well past the rest of the team being long gone.
“He’s one of our leaders, despite the fact that he doesn’t play a ton,” Warriors head coach Steve Kerr said.
Barnes seems to have rediscovered the promise he showed during his rookie postseason, Holiday has locked up a guaranteed contract for the rest of the season, and Rush looks healthier after back and knee injuries during training camp.
The 6-foot-2, 176-pounder with a 6-10 wingspan had logged 10 “did not play — coach’s decision” lines in boxscores this season, including three in a row from Jan.
Singer’s late three-pointer leads Cal basketball to win over Washington
Sam Singer watched the ball fall short and turned to his bench with both arms in the air.
Nigel Williams-Goss, who scored 31, missed a contested would-be game winner that would’ve made Singer’s improbable shot irrelevant.
The shot propelled the Bears, who entered the two-game road trip to Washington on a six-game losing streak, to their second win in four days.
Other teams sagged off the sophomore guard, who was averaging two points per game in conference play.
The shot was designed to go to guards Tyrone Wallace, Jordan Mathews or center David Kravish.
Singer has a reputation for being a worker.
After losing to Cal State Bakersfield earlier this season, Singer stayed at Haas Pavilion, working on his shot in the late hours of the night.
Mathews, who scored a team-high 23 points, said they watch Singer make that exact shot frequently in practice.
During that span, the Bears scored over 80 once, in an 81-75 win against the Huskies in Berkeley.
Five players scored in double figures.