Found January 06, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
Minnesota Timberwolves small forward Michael Beasley could miss the next few days after suffering a mid-foot sprain in Friday’s loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers.According to beat writer Jerry Zgoda, Beasley underwent X-rays, which can back negative, and with a lingering finger injury, the team is expected to sit him. Beasley scored nine points and grabbed 12 rebounds in 28 minutes before leaving the game.He’s averaging 12.9 points and seven rebounds per game this season.

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