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When we wrote earlier on Tuesday that Ryan McDonough has a mess to clean up in Phoenix, this is not what we meant.
As if things could get any worse for the Suns franchise, a report on Tuesday indicates that forward Michael Beasley is under investigation for an alleged sexual assault.
“At this point, we can only say the investigation is ongoing,” Scottsdale, Ariz., police spokesman David Pubins told ABC15. “We are interviewing those involved and processing any physical evidence we may have to try and determine if criminal charges are appropriate.”
Beasley, 24, is a middling player coming off a typically mediocre first season with the Suns. The one-dimensional scorer managed just 10.1 points per game and is unlikely to be moved, since the Suns will find it difficult to find a trade partner that would take Beasley’s baggage for such meager production. Beasley has previous run-ins with the law for marijuana possession, speeding and driving with a suspended license.
Beasley is due to ear...
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Phoenix Suns forward Michael Beasley is under investigation for an allegation of sexual assault involving an incident on Jan. 13, 2013, Scottsdale Police confirmed Tuesday.
A Scottsdale Police spokesman said the investigation is ongoing as police continue to interview those involved and process evidence to determine whether or not they will files criminal charges against Beasley...
Michael Beasley has been known around the league as a prolific scorer who has yet to reach his potential, and he is certainly no stranger to trouble. Coming off of a disappointing first season with the Phoenix Suns where he was removed from the rotation most of the year, Beasley may be in some serious trouble. It is being reported that the Scottsdale Police Department are investigating...
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) -- Scottsdale police are investigating Phoenix Suns and former Minnesota Timberwolves forward Michael Beasley in connection with an alleged sexual assault.
Police spokesman Officer David Pubins says the allegation involves an incident that took place on Jan. 13.
Pubins says police are interviewing those involved and processing any physical evidence to determine...
I guess the Phoenix Suns read my post earlier and decided not to go with Grant Hill as their next general manager.
According to a story courtesy of NBA.com, the Suns have decided to go with someone younger than Hill but with significantly more experience in Boston Celtics assistant general manager Ryan McDonough.
“Ryan distinguished himself among an impressive group of candidates...
PHOENIX The Phoenix Suns have named 33-year-old Ryan McDonough as the teams general manager, it was announced today.
McDonough joins the Suns after serving the past three seasons as the assistant general manager of the Boston Celtics. He assisted Celtics President of Basketball Operations Danny Ainge on all basketball-related matters while being principally responsible for the...
The Suns announced Tuesday that they’ve hired former Celtics assistant general manager, Ryan McDonough, as their new general manager.
According to Suns:
The Phoenix Suns have named Ryan McDonough the team’s general manager, it was announced today. He will be introduced during a press conference on Thursday, May 9, at US Airways Center.
“Ryan distinguished himself among an impressive...
The Phoenix Suns have hired Ryan McDonough as general manager.
McDonough will replace Lance Blanks and will report to Lon Babby.
McDonough most recently was assistant general manager of the Boston Celtics.
McDonough joined the Celtics in 2003 as a 23-year-old special assistant to basketball operations.
McDonough is the son of the late renowned Boston Globe columnist Will McDonough...
Hey, Ryan McDonough. Good luck.
As far as rebuilding jobs go, McDonough could have found worse for his first general manager job. Well, maybe he couldn’t have. The Phoenix Suns are an unmitigated mess, coming off a disaster season and owned by a man who has yet to prove he can competently lead an NBA franchise. If McDonough can turn around that situation, he is every bit the expert...
Tweet The Phoenix Suns have ended their search for a general manager, hiring former Boston Celtics GM Ryan McDonough to fill the role for their franchise. The hiring was first reported by Arizona Sports insider John Gambadoro: Expect the Suns to make a decision regarding the General Manager sometime today, all indications I am getting is [...]
The Phoenix Suns are interested in hiring Grant Hill to become general manager of the franchise.
The Suns fired Lance Blanks at the beginning of their offseason and have narrowed their other candidates down to Ryan McDonough and Jeff Weltman.
Hill has yet to decide if he wants to continue his playing career.
Hill played five seasons for the Suns before signing with the Los Angeles...
The Phoenix Suns have hired Ryan McDonough as their new general manager.
He replaces Lance Blanks, who was fired on April 22 after failing to make the playoffs the past three seasons.
The 33-year-old McDonough spent the previous 10 seasons with the Boston Celtics, including the past three as assistant general manager.
As assistant GM, he worked with president of basketball operations...
You’d think losing 57 games in a season and finishing dead last in the Western Conference, would’ve given the folks who calls the shots in the Phoenix Suns organization a reality check which in turn, would challenge them to make more prudent decisions. Maybe they need to lose 60.
According to a report via Marc Stein of ESPN, the Suns want to give the vacant general manager...
This is a feast or famine choice.
Beasley always seems to find trouble
Photo credit: Kauffman Sports Management Group BOSTON-- According to a tweet from Adrian Wojnarowski of YahooSports.com, Celtics assistant general manager Ryan McDonough has been hired by the Phoenix Suns to serve the role of general manager.Wojnarowski tweeted the following earlier today. “Phoenix has hired Celtics assistant GM Ryan McDonough as its new general manager.”...