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Miami Heat forward Michael Beasley says he wasn’t treated by the medical staff after a preseason game against the Detroit Pistons for a self-inflicted punch. Beasley needed treatment to reduce swelling above his right eye following Thursday’s game against Detroit. Michael Wallace
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MIAMI -- Not only is Michael Beasley trying to transform his game, the Heat forward apparently is also working on his off-court look, too.
Beasley joined Dwyane Wade in attending Saturday night's party for The GQ Men Book at the SLS Hotel South Beach.
Wade is pictured in the book. Beasley is not.
"He's switching up his style a little bit," Wade said Sunday of...
MIAMI -- Michael Beasley's first stint with the Miami Heat lasted two seasons.
Not exactly the plan when a player is taken with the second overall pick in the Draft.
Two things contributed to an early exit from Miami in July 2010: cap space needed to sign LeBron James and Chris Bosh, and Beasley's immaturity and penchant for off-court troubles.
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Michael Beasley is back with the team that originally drafted him. The forward signed a one-year non-guaranteed deal with the Miami Heat after the Suns released him. Thursday night Beas got his first taste of preseason action as the Heat were in Detroit to face off against the Pistons. Beasley played nine minutes but, suffered an injury because he hit himself in the face.
Michael Beasley has been given a second chance at redemption in the NBA with the Miami Heat, but unfortunately for Beasley, there always seems to something that overshadows any good that he does. The latest in unfortunate events for Beasley comes in his first game back with the Miami Heat. CBS Sports reports that Beasley needed medical attention for punching himself too hard out...
Yeah, you read that headline correctly. New acquired Miami Heat forward, and former Heat first-round draft pick, Michael Beasley, received medical treatment after Thursday night’s 112-107 preseason win over the Pistons, in Detroit. Beasley had a solid out, notching 9 points in 9 minutes of play. The bizarre incident in where Beasley struck himself in the head multiple times occurred...
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Miami Heat forward Michael Beasley has earned S-M-R-T status for life by pulling a War Machine. He expressed disappointment in himself by repeatedly punching himself in the face, so harshly that he needed medical attention after the game.
Just in case you think I’m making this up, here’s Heat beat reporter Joseph Goodman to back me up:
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In the past on TNLP, we’ve noted some pretty bizarre ways where NBA players have injured themselves and last night, Miami Heat forward Michael Beasley is the latest in this club.
Apparently, Beasley was not too pleased with a missed shot during last night’s preaseason game against the Detroit Pistons and decided to punch himself in the head.
Here’s the full details from the...
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It turns out that Michael Beasley needing medical treatment after the Heat's second preseason game against the Detroit Pistons was not a result of him punching himself in the head after being called for a travel.
From ESPNs Michael Wallace:
But Beasley, Heat coach Erik Spoelstra and team officials said the wound above Beasley's right eye was the result of...
In just his second season in the NBA, San Antonio Spurs' Kawhi Leonard had the unenviable task of defending the best player on the planet - Miami Heat's LeBron James in the 2013 NBA Finals.
We all know how much of a wrecking ball James can be on the offensive end but Leonard held his own using his long arms, lateral quickness and massive hands in the Finals.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- LeBron James scored 20 points and Norris Cole added 15 to give the Miami Heat an 86-75 preseason victory over the Charlotte Bobcats on Friday night at the Sprint Center.
Mario Chalmers, who played at nearby Kansas, scored 10 points for Miami (3-0), while Michael Beasley, who played at Kansas State, added 13.
Cole scored eight points, including two 3-pointers...
Cavs' Kyrie Irving is making a name for himself in the NBA. In his short pro-career, he has established himself as one of the premier point guards in the NBA, and a franchise-type player for Cleveland.
Aside from some major injury, it seems Cleveland has a potentially Hall of Famer on their hands for a long time much like they did with LeBron James.
James departure from Cleveland...
LeBron James showed off his funny side on Instagram today by making fun of Heat president Pat Riley.
LeBron posted the following picture with the caption, "Lester Diamond from the movie Casino. Oh wait it's Riles at media day in the 70's. #Moostash#ClassicPic#INeedToGetThisFramedAndSignedByRiles."
If you haven't seen Casino, here's the character...
The Miami Heat won 66 games last year and had a 27-game winning streak. They got even better this offseason by adding Greg Oden and Michael Beasley.
So, with more teams tanking than ever because of a stacked 2014 draft, it'd be natural to start wondering if the Heat could win 72 games, which would match the win total of the record-setting '96 Bulls.
But it sounds...