Harrison Barnes' tenure with the Warriors is coming to an end.
With the addition of 2014 MVP Kevin Durant, the Warriors won't be re-signing Barnes, who has reportedly agreed to a four-year, $94 million deal with the Dallas Mavericks.
On Monday night, Barnes took to Twitter to thank the Warriors' organization and fans. He posted the following:
"I just want to thank the entire Warriors organization, my teammates and coaches for the amazing four years I've had there. I've grown up in Oakland and thank everyone for all the love that was shown there from day one. You guys have been rockin with the team for decades before we got there so it was rewarding to bring a championship to the Bay. The Town, just like Ames and Chapel Hill, will always be a special place to me. I'm excited to begin a new chapter in my NBA career in Dallas."
Barnes was a restricted free agent at the beginning of the offseason, but the Warriors renounced his rights after Durant announced his decision to join the team.
Barnes will be able to sign his contract on Wednesday night at 9:01pm PDT.
I just want to thank the entire Warriors organization, my teammates & coaches for the amazing 4 years I've had there pic.twitter.com/QDb04pLYci— Harrison Barnes (@hbarnes) July 5, 2016