According to the NBA, Barnes will serve out his suspension tomorrow — when the Clippers play their season opener against the Memphis Grizzlies.
The punishment stems from an incident back in July — when Barnes was arrested for driving on a suspended license and resisting arrest.
As we first reported, Barnes eventually pled no contest to misdemeanor interference with the duties of a police officer … and his suspended license charge was dropped when he proved he had a valid license.
Barnes just tweeted about the NBA’s decision, calling it a “joke” — but wishing his team good luck in his absence. He’ll be back on Friday when the Clippers face the Lakers.