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Rotoworld Aug 28, 2014
Unrestricted free agent Michael Beasley underwent a workout with the Los Angeles Lakers for a second time on Tuesday.
Hot Hot Hoops Aug 26, 2014
Maturity and lack of focus are once again the primary concerns in Miami's reluctance to bring back forward Michael Beasley. As per the Miami Herald's "Buzz Blog" written by Barry Jackson, light was shed on the Heat's reluctance to re-sign Michael Beasley for the coming season. According to Jackson, a veteran NBA scout was questioned as to why Shawne Williams was signed over Michael Beasley (who many view as a better overall player). Jackson responded saying: "A person with direct knowledge cited several reasons for the Heat's lack of interest: Inconsistency, lack of trust in his defense...
Miami Heat Blog | South Florida Sun-Sentinel Aug 16, 2014
Q: Ira, I saw you said they gave Michael Beasley's No. 8 to Shawne Williams. So I guess they're not going to retire Bease's number? (OK, so it means he's not coming back?) -- Henrique.
Silver Screen and Roll Jul 31, 2014
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Heat Zone | Palm Beach Post Jul 30, 2014
The Heat have 12 players under contract and are looking at a few tweaks between now and the start of training camp. Three possibilities are players who were with the team last year, including future Hall of Famer Ray Allen. Allen was one of the team’s top two bench players last season and has yet to decide whether he wants to keep playing. If he comes back, he will have numerous suitors, including Miami and Cleveland. “We haven’t moved on,” Riley said. “I’ve been told he has not made a decision at all about anything.” Michael Beasley had trouble cracking the rotation last ...
Hot Hot Hoops Jul 30, 2014
Miami Heat free agent Michael Beasley reportedly worked out for the L.A. Lakers on Wednesday. The Miami Heat have had discussions with Michael Beasley about returning to the team that drafted in 2008, but nothing has resulted in a contract offer. The Heat only have a minumum contract left to give, are certainly aren't guaranteeing any playing time. Thus, reports are out that on Wednesday Michael Beasley worked out for the L.A. Lakers, and the work out went well. The Lakers worked out free agent forward Michael Beasley in El Segundo on Wednesday, per multiple league sources — Dave...
South Florida Sun-Sentinel Jul 30, 2014
No. 2 overall pick in 2008 draft was efficient with his shooting during his one-year reunion with the Heat, but forward again struggled with the team's defensive nuances.
Silver Screen and Roll Jul 30, 2014
Is Beasley the latest Lakers reclamation project? According to ESPN's Dave McMenamin, the Lakers worked out free agent Michael Beasley on Wednesday as the front office looks to round out the roster for this season. The Lakers worked out free agent forward Michael Beasley in El Segundo on Wednesday, per multiple league sources — Dave McMenamin (@mcten) July 30, 2014 Beasley, the number two overall pick in the 2008 draft, spent last season with the Miami Heat, averaging 7.9 points and 2.6 rebounds in 55 appearances for the Eastern Conference Champions. If he were to sign with the...