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Ty Lawson Says 'I Don't Think I Would Have Made It' If He Had Been Drafted By Miami


Earlier this week, VICE Sports released a video of Ty Lawson hanging out and speaking on a variety of topics that was shot during the NBA Finals in early June. 399 more words

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Why not invite Michael Beasley to training camp?

At this point, the Heat are on track to have 18 players in training camp fighting for 15 spots. It is difficult to see them adding anyone else with a legitimate shot at making the roster — Carlos Boozer is still looking for a team, though — and they have two more spots to fill for camp. 266 more words

Miami Heat

Ty Lawson: Denver Saved me, Michael Beasley Caught a Bad Break

Denver Nuggets point guard Ty Lawson was the 18th overall pick in the 2009 NBA Draft by the Minnesota Timberwolves who eventually traded him to the Denver Nuggets in a draft day trade between the two teams. 279 more words

NBA

NBA Players Who Are Wasting Their Talent

There are several identifiable players who have boundless talent for what they do, but which player is squandering his potential away the most? Be it a bad organizational situation or questionable personal actions, here’s a look into a few. 1,672 more words

NBA

Report: Heat won't pick up Michael Beasley's option for next season

No matter what, the Heat and Michael Beasley always seem to end up back together. They took him with the No. 2 overall pick in 2008 and traded him after two seasons, but can never bring themselves to fully give up on him. 146 more words

Miami Heat

Report: Heat Decline To Pick Up Second-Year Option On Michael Beasley

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The Miami Heat are going to have a different look in 2015-16.

Multiple reports have emerged saying that the Heat are not going to pick up the second-year option on forward Michael Beasley. 153 more words

Sports

Do the Miami Heat want to keep Michael Beasley?

Many free agency possibilities are beyond the Heat’s control, but one situation that is totally up to them is whether they want Michael Beasley back. 214 more words

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