Scottsdale police are investigating Phoenix Suns forward Michael Beasley in connection with an alleged sexual assault.
Police in Scottsdale (Ariz.) confirmed Tuesday that Phoenix Suns forward Michael Beasley is currently being investigated for an alleged sexual assault in January. Lauren Peikoff of 12News in Phoenix broke the story: While there is no...Show More Summary
Beasley continues to get in the headlines for the wrong reasons.
Scottsdale (Ariz.) police have confirmed that they're investigating a sexual assault claim against 24-year-old reclamation project Michael Beasley. The incident reportedly took place on Jan. 13. Read more...
At 6-7 packs a day, Michael Beasley joins a roster of sugar-addicted pro-athletes.
The Suns marketers have stretched the usual Fan Appreciation Night into a Fan Appreciation Month. The Suns players are unable to stretch a quarter or half that their fans appreciate into an entire game. The Suns played their season’s best first quarter for a 37-23 lead Friday night. It was their highest-scoring quarter of the season. With [...]
A scuffle broke out late in Wednesday night's game between the Los Angeles Clippers and the Phoenix Suns. The brouhaha started when Ryan Hollins grabbed Goran Dragic around the throat on an inbound pass, as seen here: Hollins didn'tShow More Summary
The Suns forward admits to a pretty serious Skittles problem
And then gets T'ed up for taunting.
An epic stare down. Phoenix Suns interim coach Lindsey Hunter gave underperforming forward Michael Beasley the evil eye (sometimes known as the “stink eye”) after the player lofted an airball Friday night in the fourth quarter against the Celtics. Boston easily won the game 113-88. Beasley, who is shooting around 40% for the season, went [...]Show More Summary
Remember that time when Michael Beasley was single-handedly destroying the entire sport of basketball at Kansas State and was obviously going to be better than everyone in the NBA in like three years and probably the next Scottie Pippen, except better than him, too? Never happened. More »
Airballs generally don't please the head coach.
Phoenix Suns coach Lindsey Hunter reacted to Michael Beasley's air ball against the Boston Celtics on Feb. 22 as if he hadn't been coaching the mercurial forward for more than a month. Come on, coach. Bad shots are what B-Easy's all about. Show More Summary
The contract was controversial when it was first announced by the Phoenix Suns. Three years and $18 million brought Michael Beasley to the desert. Not a bad contract for Beasley, a player who two teams had already given up on in four years. Show More Summary
When he was taken second overall in the NBA draft some years ago, there were high hopes for Michael Beasley. But he is now on his third team in his young career and we’ve long since heard rumors about his work ethic and lack of effort. This recent news certainly doesn’t help either. He was [...]
Glass half-full: No DWI?