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Michael Beasley Through the Years
July 12, 2012
Michael Beasley signed his free agent contract with the Suns and was then introduced at a press conference at US Airways Center.
Beasley shows off his new uniform No. 0 along with President of Basketball Operations Lon Babby, General Manager Lance Blanks, and Head Coach Alvin Gentry.
Beasley was a popular interview by local media after the press conference.
Michael Beasley was the No. 2 overall pick in the 2008 NBA Draft.
Beasley played his college ball at Kansas St.
Beasley was named the Big 12 Player of the Year in 2008.
Beasley played two seasons in Miami.
Beasley averaged 13.9 points a game as a rookie in Miami.
Beasley grew up with Kevin Durant, playing AAU ball together.
Beasley is 6-10, 235 lbs.
Beasley averaged 14.8 points a game in his second season in Miami.
He averaged a career-best 6.4 rebounds a game in his second season in Miami.
Beasley grew up with two brothers and two sisters.
Beasley played in 81 games his rookie season with the Heat.
Beasley is shown posing for a photo here at the Hispanic Heritage Celebration.
Beasley suited up for the rookie-sophomore challenge at the All-Star Game in Phoenix.
Beasley scored 29 points as a rookie in the rookie-sophomore challenge at All-Star.
Beasley is pictured at a Thanksgiving feast for children.
In 2009, the rookies lost 122-116 to the sophomores.
Beasley was 11-of-22 from the floor in that 2009 game.
He led seven rookies in double figures during that 2009 game.
Beasley is seen visiting with local Miami children in this photo.
Beasley is a career 46-percent shooter.
Beasley was traded to Minnesota for two draft picks in 2010.
Beasley once scored 42 points in a game for the Wolves.
Beasley averaged a career-high 19.2 points a game during th 2010-11 season.
His 19.2-points-a-game average during 2010-11 was good enough for Top 20 in the league.
Beasley is a career 76-percent free throw shooter.
Beasley is a career 15.1 points a game scorer.
Beasley averaged 11.1 points and 4.4 rebounds in 23 minutes a game for the Wolves during the 2011-12 season.