Originally Posted by JohnnySic
Yeah but if he's gonna be a full time 3 that's another level of skill required when teams will be guarding him outside more closely.
Everyone compared him to Carmelo Anthony as a 3 coming out of HS and at Kansas State.
I will hold true to my Al Harrington comparison for Beasley, the only difference is that Beasley earlier on in his career is more productive and has a bigger role than Harrington did.
As long as Beasley can continue to hit his midrange shot & shoot from 3 he will be successful in the NBA as a tweener SF/PF, if he develops a good pumpfake to attack the basket going to his left he would have a very good Go-To move.