If you think the NBA is full of floppers and crybabies, just take a look at what happened to Harrison Barnes during last night's game against the San Antonio Spurs. Late in the second quarter, Barnes went up for the block on Boris Diaw when the Warriors rookie forward's head collided with the hardwood. 

After several minutes on the floor, Barnes was taken to the locker room where he received six stitches for a cut above his right eye. Somehow, through it all, he continued competing in the second half until he left again in the fourth quarter because of a headache. 

The Warriors team doctor said that Barnes passed the concussion test, which explains why he was even allowed to return to action. Well, whatever happened to him on that play, we hope everything turns out OK because we can't wait to see him and the rest of the Golden State young'ns next year. 

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[via Beyond The Buzzer]