Leandro Barbosa has played in more playoff games (85) than any other Warrior and is the lone Golden State player who isn’t making his debut in a conference finals. The Warriors’ reserve guard played in the Western Conference finals with Phoenix in 2006 and 2010, so it should come as no surprise that the 12th-year player understands how to make an impact on the big stage. “L.B. was great,” Warriors head coach Steve Kerr said after Barbosa contributed four points and three assists in Thursday’s Game 2 victory. Barbosa posted a team-high plus-14 rating in just 14 minutes, 41 seconds...
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