Michael Beasley, When Will He Learn?

08 Aug

By David Joaqui

Michael Beasley, forward for the Minnesota Timberwolves, adds on to his offseason troubles. During Kevin Durant’s tour of New York streetball, Beasley got into an altercation with a heckler in the crowd and pushed him in the face with his hand. I am a big time Beasley fan, but will he ever learn to be more responsible? Everyone is going to pick at his faults, that’s why he needs to rise above it all. He can’t continue to act like a child. If he does not want to end up the bust of his draft, I suggest he makes a major change in his life, career, and all the choices he makes.

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Posted by on August 8, 2011 in Basketball, David Joaqui, Sports


2 responses to “Michael Beasley, When Will He Learn?

  1. fern

    August 11, 2011 at 7:53 pm

    thats why great bball players last in the league and set good examples for kids when they stay in school for 2+ years( or graduate) and not get dollar signs in there eyes… hecklers are everywhere even in grandpa softball leagues…these thugs need to grow up or go play with gar-bury in japan or turkey …i hope the heckler sues …and everyone after him does aswell….and rubio should stay in spain too

    • David

      August 24, 2011 at 1:55 pm

      I think that 1 year in college is also not enough. The players don’t get enough time to mature, game wise and personally as well. Beasley is one of those cases, so much talent, but still acting like he is in high school. I hope it doesn’t get to the case where the heckler sues, but that Beasley learns from this experience….again.


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