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1994 Golden State Warriors roster: Tim Hardaway, Billy Owens and Chris Webber were all beaten by Charles Barkley-led Phoenix Suns in the 1994 NBA playoffs.

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The Golden State Warriors team went up against Phoenix Suns in the 1994 NBA playoffs. Tim Hardaway, Billy Owens and Chris Webber were all up against an in-form Charles Barkley, who swept aside the Warriors in three-straight games. This would be their final playoff appearance until 2007. Have a look at the 1994 Warriors roster, which boasted the likes of Tim Hardaway and Billy Owens.

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1994 NBA playoffs: 1994 Warriors roster

Victor Alexander, Manute Bol, Chris Gatling, Tom Gugliotta, Tim Hardaway, Rod Higgins, Keith Jennings, Tim Legler, Ryan Lorthridge, Donyell Marshall, Dwayne Morton, Chris Mullin, Ricky Pierce, Carlos Rogers, Clifford Rozier, Rony Seikaly, Latrell Sprewell, David Wood.

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1994 NBA playoffs and 1994 Warriors roster

Despite boasting some strong names on the 1994 Warriors roster, GSW were swept aside by the Phoenix Suns in three straight games in the 1994 NBA playoffs. Charles Barkley was clearly too much to handle as he led the Suns to the next round with an impressive display across all three games. You can watch the Suns vs Warriors 1994 NBA playoffs clash on NBA TV.

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1994 NBA playoffs: Phoenix Suns vs Golden State Warriors

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1994 NBA playoffs: Charles Barkley vs Tim Hardaway

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