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Report: Former No. 2 pickMichael Beasley headed back overseas

Michael Beasley hasn't had a consistent role with an NBA team since he came off the bench for the Suns in 2012-13. It appears that trend is going to continue into this year. From Sportando: Beasley averaged 8.8 points and 3.7 rebounds per game, though he only played in 24 contests for the Heat last season. Somehow, more than seven years removed from hearing his name called second...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Miami Heat Rumors: Michael Beasley Could Return on Non-Guaranteed Contract

The Miami Heat recently jettisoned several players over the last few days as they cleared up a few roster spots in the process. The Heat currently have 15 players on the roster, and they are allowed to have up to 20 players during training camp. While Miami’s roster looks pretty set, there could be a familiar face back in the picture. Ira Winderman of The Sun Sentinel reports...
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July 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Michael Beasley scores 59 pts in Chinese All-Star game

Remember Michael Beasley? You now, the guy who played with the Heat and was picked No. 2 overall in the 2008 draft? Well, he resurfaced and is playing overseas in the Chinese Basketball Association and recently was named the MVP of the CBA All-Star game after dropping 59 points in the win. Nothing like a game where absolutely no defense is played for Beasley to shine. The post...
Via Crossover Chronicles
January 19, 2015  |  Discuss

NBA Rumors: Michael Beasley To Los Angeles Lakers?

Michael Beasley could be moving from South Beach to the sands of Los Angeles — Mandator Credit: Lynne Sladky Two times a charm? If so, Michael Beasley is in luck. On wednesday, he visited with the Los Angeles Lakers for a second time in the course of a month. The increased interest could mean good things for the former Miami Heat small forward. I’m told that Michael Beasley had...
Via The Sports Journal
August 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Lakers Rumors: Team workout Michael Beasley for second time

Could a Michael Beasley signing be imminent? According to Alex Kennedy from Basketball Insiders, Beasley had his second workout with the Lakers today. The 25-year-old also worked out for the purple and gold at the end of July. I'm told that Michael Beasley had a second workout with the Los Angeles Lakers today. We'll see if the Lakers sign him.— Alex Kennedy (@AlexKennedyNBA)...
August 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Heat Unlikely to Add Beasley Due to Several Issues

Recent reports, in particular one from Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald, suggest that the Miami Heat are not interested in bringing back free agent forward Michael Beasley from last season. Beasley has been a fan favorite for quite some time now, however his tumultuous career off the court has left many teams wary during free agency. The Heat have actually already given up Beasley’s...
Via Heat Nation
August 25, 2014  |  Discuss

What’s Next For Michael Beasley?

At just 25, Michael Beasley could be looking at his last shot to make it in the NBA. In theory, Michael Beasley was supposed to be great. With super athletic ability, he dominated opponents in college at just 18 years old. With physical metrics that were off the charts, he possessed a body ready to compete in the NBA. He could score from the post and facing the basket. Everything...
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August 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Will Michael Beasley Make the 2014-2015 Miami Heat Roster?

Standing nearly seven feet tall, he’s a small forward who played last season for the Miami Heat. He happens to be a solid mid-range shooter capable of knocking down shots from beyond the arc. He can take the ball to the basket and is able to finish with either hand because he’s ambidextrous. He also happens to be coming off the highest shooting campaign of his NBA career. No...
Via Heat Nation
July 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Michael Beasley’s role for the Miami Heat

Michael Beasley has been a good addition for the Miami Heat. He has proven that he still can play the way he did, and that he can adapt to change. Throughout Beasley’s career he has been a key player. He has always been a starter but coming off the bench for the Miami Heat isn’t a bad thing. What exactly is Beasley’s role? I’ve noticed that some games he’s the sixth man...
December 02, 2013  |  Discuss

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