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Harrison Barnes expects that the reaction might be a little different when he returns to Oracle Arena with the Dallas Mavericks for the first time, but wearing a Team USA uniform on Tuesday, he received a series of warm goodbyes from his old home crowd.
There was some anxiety about how the Warriors’ crowd would treat Barnes, who averaged five points on 5-of-32 shooting from the field and 3-of-15 shooting from three-point range in the final three games of the team’s championship series collapse against Cleveland.
 they made it clear early on that the night would be about the contributions he made during his four seasons with the Warriors, which included an NBA championship in 2014-15 and an NBA-record 73 regular-season wins this past season.
Some of the Warriors’ core occupied some of the best seats in the house as general manager Bob Myers, assistant general manager Kirk Lacob, sixth man Andre Iguodala and point guard Stephen Curry sat in the courtside seats across from the Team USA bench.
The foursome sat a handful of rows in front of former Warriors and Team USA participants Chris Mullin and Mitch Richmond, who patiently signed autographs throughout the game.
The Oracle Arena floor was renovated with USA Basketball baselines and a USA Basketball Showcase emblem at center court.
The switch from the Warriors’ usual floor took only a couple of hours, using one of the two courts that Team USA owns.
The seven-time All-Star has his No.
Warriors point guard Stephen Curry arrived fashionably late to the Olympic warmup game between the United States and China on Tuesday night, and seemingly no one was watching the game as they followed his strut to courtside seats at Oracle Arena.
Curry eventually acknowledged the crowd with a peace sign when he shown on the arena’s giant video board.
Curry opted to skip the Olympics to help his recovery from ankle, elbow and knee ailments, and on at least this Tuesday night, Team USA didn’t seem to miss him - dismantling China 107-57 in front of a thoroughly entertained Oakland crowd.
Sacramento’s DeMarcus Cousins led all players with 21 points and 11 rebounds, and New York’s Carmelo Anthony scored 16 of his 20 points during a third-quarter outburst.
After Durant warmed up about 90 minutes before the game, he started down the home tunnel to the Warriors’ locker room and was swarmed by autograph-seeking fans, including one holding a sign that read: “KD is not a villain.”
Durant wasted no time rewarding the fans for a 15-second ovation during pregame introductions.
Green had four points, seven rebounds and some stalwart defense that helped the United States limit China to XX.
 Gray’s lousy 2016 season briefly bumped up against his career domination at Arlington and he had a near-disastrous fifth inning before settling back down and helping Oakland beat first-place Texas 5-3.
The A’s are 8-4 since the All-Star break, tied with the Yankees for the best mark in the league, and while they’re 12 games behind the Rangers, they’ve gained five games in the standings in the past month.
In the fifth, though, Rougned Odor rapped the Rangers’ first hit - and still, it appeared as if Gray’s mojo at Texas would prevail, because Odor was thrown out trying to stretch his single into a double.
Robinson Chirinos narrowly missed hitting a homer down the third-base line, foul by a dozen feet, but he doubled and Jurickson Profar walked before Gray got groundouts from Nomar Mazara and Ian Desmond to end the inning.
An All-Star who finished third in the Cy Young voting last season, he’s considered one of the best young pitchers in the game.
Lifetime at Arlington entering the day: 5-0 with an 0.96 ERA, the lowest ERA ever at the Rangers’ ballpark by a starter with a minimum of 15 innings worked.
Crisp, back in the lineup after missing two games with neck stiffness, added an RBI double off pitcher Sam Dyson’s foot in the ninth.
As chairman of Cobb County, Tim Lee helped oversee the deal that put Cobb County taxpayers on the hook for almost half a billion dollars to finance the Braves’ new stadium. Not only has the new traffic nightmare of a ball park depleted the county’s public parks fund and ushered in a new wave of sinister legislation, residents never even got to vote on it or voice dissent at county meetings.