Found March 29, 2013 on Beyond The Buzzer:
PLAYERS: Michael Beasley
TEAMS: Phoenix Suns
In a Q&A with AZ Central’s Paul Coro, Suns forward Michael Beasley reveals he eats a week’s worth of Skittles…every day. Q: Is Skittles still your favorite candy? How often do you have them? A: By far. I have them every day. Not as much as I used to. Probably like six or seven packs a day. Q: Are the athletic trainers and team dieticians good with that? A: I don’t bring them to the arena any more. I just eat them at home and keep them to myself. My favorite pack is the wild berry—the best, by far. I like to stick with the wild berry. The red pack is original so it’s always going to be good, but that wild berry takes it to another level.
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