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Tweet Over his career in the NBA, Michael Beasley has proven that he might not be the smartest player to ever be in the league. Whether it’s his shot selection or his off the court troubles, B-Easy has made some questionable decisions. On Thursday as the Heat, Beasley’s new team, faced off with the Detroit Pistons, Beasley may have made his dumbest move yet. Beasley got called for a travel at one point and literally started beating himself up over, seen here: You see him punching himself in the head right there? Well it turns out that Beasley punched himself in the head so hard that he had to receive treatment after the game, per Heat beat writer Joseph Goodman. I sincerely hope Beasley can get his life in order in a good situation with the Heat, but that doesn’t mean some of the stupid things that he does still aren’t absolutely hilarious.
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Nobody inflicted more harm on Miami Heat forward Michael Beasley on Thursday than Michael Beasley.
Playing in his first game back with the team who originally drafted him after signing as a free agent this summer, Beasley reportedly required medical treatment after punching himself in the head out of frustration. Yes, you read that right.
Beasley also did something a little...
The Timberwolves' recent injury history has been awful enough.
Just imagine if Michael Beasley were still around.
The former Minnesota forward, according to the Miami Herald, was so upset with himself after a travel call in the Miami Heat's preseason game Thursday, he began punching himself in the head. The self-inflicted blows were forceful enough he ended up with a swollen...
Michael Beasley had 13 points in 19 minutes in his second consecutive strong effort in the Miami Heat's preseason.
Beasley wanted to refute the reports that he needed medical attention after hitting himself during Thursday's game.
In his second stint with the Heat, Beasley does not want distractions and is taking a more serious approach.
“I’m coming into a delicate situation...
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...
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 beat himself up over missing a shot Thursday night…literally. Beasley reportedly required medically attention after the Heat’s 112-107 win over Detroit from repeatedly punching himself in the head.
According to Joseph Goodman of the Miami Herald:
Upset with himself over missing a shot, Beasley started punching himself in the head while running back on defense...
If we told you an NBA player punched himself in the head hard enough that it required medical attention, there’s no way Michael Beasley wouldn’t rank high on your list of possible suspects. Joseph Goodman from the Miami Herald has all the deets:
…Beasley also did something a little odd after one offensive play. Upset with himself over missing a shot, Beasley started punching...
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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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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...
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...
There are a number of ways Michael Beasley could screw up his opportunity with the Miami Heat this season. We know how much he loves speeding and smoking weed, so that is one thing Heat fans have to worry about. After Thursday night, they also need to be a bit concerned about him inflicting pain […]
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...
I was one of the people who thought the Heat’s signing of troubled forward Michael Beasley was a good move. Low risk, high reward. Strong locker room with quality leaders, thought they would have a shot at straightening Beasley out. Everything was off to a good start, minus Beasley hurting himself. CBS Sports brings us […]
Yeah, you read that headline right. Recent Miami Heat addition Michael Beasley made his debut with the squad last night in the team’s 112-107 victory over the Detroit Pistons, but many people have mixed feelings about his performance. Beasley tallied 9 points, 2 rebounds, and one assist in nine minutes on the court with Heat, ...The post Michael Beasley Requires Treatment After...
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