Michael Beasley’s endless summer

Benjamin Polk —  August 5, 2011 — 3 Comments

So it’s been kind of a bummer of a summer for Michael Beasley. First he gets caught doing 84 in a 65 with weed under the seat. (But that weed totally didn’t even belong to him, I swear. It was, like, his buddy’s?) And now this. In a DC pro-am game, B-Eazy gets absolutely humiliated on a devastating crossover by former New Mexico State guard Jahmar Young. The crowd heaps scorn upon him and the announcer repeats his mantra: “Beasley goes down! Beasley goes down!” His good name–as a guy who, uh, doesn’t fall down when playing basketball?–is forever tarnished. Check the tape:

Uh wait, that’s not even that bad. What’s everybody yelling about? Now this is a crossover:

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3 responses to Michael Beasley’s endless summer

  1. Oh, Randolph.

  2. The Childress crossover plus wave may be the best thing I will see on the internet today. I think Beasley slipped more than anything else.

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