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Michael Beasley - SF/PF, 6'10, 235
Milwaukee Bucks - Acquired via trade in September 2016
       Date of birth: 01/09/1989
       Country: USA
     Drafted (NBA): 2nd pick, 2008
     Out of: Kansas State
  NBA Experience: 8 years
  Hand: Left

From blog:


   2011 NBA Draft Diary
2011-06-25



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   Deadline looms for these unguaranteed players
2014-01-03

Miami - Michael Beasley and Roger Mason: The rejuvenated Beasley averages 10.7 points in only 18 minutes per contest and will not be cut. And while Mason is the logic cut to open up a roster spot should Miami see fit to do so - for someone like, say, Bynum - he is sufficiently capable in his role of low mistake three point shooter to merit sticking on his play alone.

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   How Roddy Buckets went from 40 points a night to NBA castoff
2013-10-01

In the past four NBA seasons, there have been 208 occasions on which a player has scored 40 or more points - regular season and playoffs combined. Fifty-seven players have combined for those 208 outbursts, including such unlikely names such as Luis Scola, C.J. Watson and C.J. Miles.

Most of the players are stars, or were stars at the time. Many still are. But some of those players have fallen from this intermittent grace so badly that they now only earn the minimum salary.

Despite their proven potency, Nick Young, Al Harrington, Anthony Morrow, Aaron Brooks and Michael Beasley are now earning as little as a player can - in the case of Beasley, not one dollar of this minimum is even guaranteed. This was agreed to less than three calendar years from his 42-point game, quite the backwards progression.

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