Michael Beasley, the most interesting man in the
world Association, joined the Kup and Crowder Show on WQAM yesterday to entertain South Florida to the fullest on a variety of topics that included smelly NBA players and smoking jackets but also shared a compelling case for why he makes a good mentor to teammate Hassan Whiteside.
When the Heat’s talented but sometimes immature center mentioned Beasley among the players mentoring him after getting ejected from two games in a one-week span, many were baffled. Beas hasn’t exactly had a glowing reputation in NBA circles but his reasoning makes a ton of tense.
“It’s funny because everybody looks at me or not even me, looks at a troublemaker, and really wouldn’t want him to hinder the success of anyone else,” Beasley said. “Then they look at a Dwyane Wade and then a LeBron James, well, that’s the perfect guy to listen to. Well not always. Sometimes you want to listen to…
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