Michael Beasley has put himself in a position where he can swing a playoff series for the Miami Heat—which is a pretty extraordinary volte -face for a player who just a season ago was best known for swinging games in the direction of his opponents. Beasley’s trajectory has been an unusual one. Show More Summary
Sometimes it's better to leave the shot alone. On Tuesday night, Houston Rockets big man Dwight Howard went up to block Miami Heat forward Michael Beasley's shot. Unfortunately for him, it wasn't a smart play. There was no doubt that...Show More Summary
Five unique Miami Heat items to start the second week of February: 1. Michael Beasley didn't get a gift basket upon his departure from Phoenix. Actually, his exit after two seasons appeared extremely unpleasant, with Suns president Lon...Show More Summary
Do you honestly remember all of the Miami Heat's last 10 top draft picks? Some people may remember Dwyane Wade and Michael Beasley, but besides those two it gets kind of blurry. The Heat have had a few picks work out well, a few produce...Show More Summary
For Michael Beasley and Roger Mason Jr., no news was the best news.
Among players averaging less than 20 minutes per game, no one in the NBA is scoring more than Michael Beasley.
Michael Beasley is causing a stir again. Only this time, it's not for the reasons you'd expect. He hasn't run afoul of the law, caused a locker room rift or posted any cryptic notes on social media. Instead, he's making news becauseShow More Summary
CLEVELAND — Before he took a shower, LeBron James took a second to play with Michael Beasley. "My buddy, my buddy," James sang. "Wherever I go, he goes," Beasley belted back. James moved on, leaving Beasley and James Jones in a serious...Show More Summary
Miami Heat forward Michael Beasley had what looked to be a very intense conversation with former Phoenix Suns teammate Markieff Morris and Markieff 's twin brother, Marcus, prior to the Miami-Phoenix game Monday. We have no idea exactly...Show More Summary
Michael Beasley doesn't remember his teammates. And hates cloning. SCENE: American Airlines Arena. (MICHAEL BEASLEY walks over to MARKIEFF MORRIS, his teammate from last year.) Michael Beasley: Hey, Mark, what's up! Markieff Morris: Beas! How's it goin, man! HEY, MARCUS, COME SAY HEY TO BEAS! MB: Wait... Show More Summary
The Miami Heat seemed to flop out of the gate to start the NBA season like a moose trying to run on a frozen lake. They steamrolled over the Chicago Bulls on opening night, and then seemed to hit the snooze button to wake them up come...Show More Summary
No, really, there was actual NBA games played last night, too!
MIAMI — They met when they were nine, when O.J. Mayo couldn't stop staring at the shoes. This kid, Michael Beasley, wore something like size-17. "I was like, 'Damn, his feet are big,'" the Milwaukee Bucks guard recalled Tuesday night, prior to his team's 118-95 loss to the Miami Heat. Show More Summary
Coming into tonight's game against the Milwaukee Bucks, Miami Heat forward Michael Beasley hadn't exactly gotten off the bench all that much, playing in only two contests prior to this one. Well, with Ray Allen missing the game withShow More Summary
In terms of pure talent, the Miami Heat have one of the top rosters in the league. From top to bottom, each spot is filled by someone who brings a special skill to the team. From LeBron James to James Jones, there is a certain something that makes keeping them around worthwhile. Show More Summary
You may not recall the "Ballad of Jorts." Josh Harrellson, known best for his unapologetic appreciation of jeans shorts, was one of three new additions to the Miami Heat roster for the start of the 2012-13 season, and certainly lessShow More Summary
The Miami Heat's preseason has gone terrifically to this point. And that's not just because they are 3-0. Two guys whom Miami probably needs on its final 15-man roster, Michael Beasley and Roger Mason Jr., have played well. James Jones, who may be asked to fill Mike Miller's role, has been lights-out from outside. Show More Summary
MIAMI — His nickname is B-Easy. His Twitter handle is @easyst0. There's nothing easy about Michael Beasley's situation with the Miami Heat. There's nothing easy about asking for another chance from the same people who provided the initial opportunity you squandered. Show More Summary