Found September 11, 2013 on Fox Sports Arizona:
PLAYERS: Michael Beasley
TEAMS: Phoenix Suns
While we wait for September to keep rolling into the opening of NBA training camps, a trip around the Internet yielded a couple of interesting pieces regarding the Suns and former Suns. The most interesting was provided by Eddie Johnson, the Suns TV analyst, who was writing about Michael Beasley for With most of us having grown weary of Beasleys seeming refusal to allow well-intentioned people to help him, Eddies perspective is well worth checking out. Over on, a preview of the Suns includes predictions from five staffers on where Phoenix will finish in the division. Without giving anything away, please know the Suns didnt inspire any of the writers to pick them for first place.

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