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Hoop Fantasies Fantasy Basketball Blog:
With the All-Star break only a week away, it's best to give a two-week forecast just in case you're dropping and adding players and you want the most from your adds (shout out to Sparty Shawn). Of note, the Clippers are the only team playing three games before the All-Star break. Lob City plays seven games in the next two weeks, so this is a big advantage in head-to-head leagues.
The week of the All-Star break, five teams play one game: the Warriors, Grizzlies, Knicks, Magic and Suns. So while Michael Beasley is a good play this week, he's a bad one next.
Also, 12 teams play six games in the next two weeks. Seventeen teams play five. Here's a look at the rest of the schedule.
Hawks: Five games (3 and 2)
Nets: Six games (4 and 2)
Celtics: Five games (3 and 2)
Bobcats: Six games (4 and 2)
Bulls: Five games (3 and 2)
Cavs: Five games (3 and 2)
Mavs: Five games (3 and 2)
Nuggets: Six games (4 and 2)
Pistons: Six games (4 and 2)
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If the above photo isn't proof enough that Beasley is straight gangster I don't know what is. Well actually, I do. Below is some excerpts from Beasley's recent traffic violation.
According to a report obtained through a FOIA request, it has been learned that Suns forward Michael Beasley, on January 25, was pulled over by Scottsdale Police due to speeding down...
Phoenix Suns forward Michael Beasley was cited for a number of traffic violations last month, Arizonasports.com reported. According to the report, Beasley was pulled over by Scottsdale Police on January 25 for speeding at about 1:10 a.m. He was cited for driving with a suspended license, driving with excessive speed, driving with expired registration and failure to display a...
Scottsdale police say Phoenix Suns forward Michael Beasley was cited last month on suspicion of speeding, driving on a suspended Arizona license and driving without a vehicle license plate or registration.
The Suns issued a statement Monday saying they discussed the matter with Beasley ''and at this time do not believe any further action by the club is warranted.''...
On Jan. 25, Michael Beasley was reportedly handcuffed and immediately released after police cited the Phoenix Suns forward for speeding in Scottsdale.Beasley was initially pulled over after being clocked at 71 MPH in a 45 MPH speed limit zone, but then was later cited for driving with a suspended license, driving with an expired registration, and failure to display a license plate...
Michael Beasley has never shaped up to be the player that many expected when the Miami Heat drafted him second overall out of Kansas State. Between his play on the court and some of the issues off the court, it’s fair to say that he’s been a major disappointment.
He’s only shooting 40% from the field this year, but now he might have more issues on his hand...
When the Phoenix Suns announced earlier this year that they had agreed to sign Michael Beasley to a 3-year, $18 million deal this off-season some heads were turned. Since being selected #2 overall, Beasley has consistently underachieved in the league. Only averaging 10.6 points per game and 3.9 rebounds per game on 39.7% shooting, one could say Beasley has once again underachieved...
PHOENIX (AP) -- Scottsdale police said Monday that Suns forward Michael Beasley was cited last month on suspicion of speeding, driving on a suspended Arizona license and driving without a vehicle license plate or registration.
The Suns issued a statement later Monday saying they discussed the matter with Beasley "and at this time do not believe any further action by the club...
Phoenix Suns forward Michael Beasley has never been the sharpest tool in the shed. But when he gets pulled over by a cop, he knows how to cooperate with authorities. I'll give him a shred of credit, most people of his stature act a fool when they get approached by a police officer, but Beasley played straight and was let off the hook for a multitude of offenses.
This coming week of fantasy basketball is a big one. Eighteen teams play four-game slates. The other 12 teams each play three games. And that's it. No two-game weeks. No one-game weeks (although those are only a week away).
Everyone is in play this week, even Michael Beasley, who new Suns coach Lindsey Hunter loves. Beas is playing 27.6 minutes under the new regime and is...