Seems to me that it was time for Beasley to be his own man and stop living in the shadow of Wade. He wanted to be a leader is my guess and Wade was holding him back. (whether he realized it or not) It was Wade's team and Beasley just couldn't coexist with Wade. I'm glad he finally got his chance and is looking for hopefully a long future in Minnesota. This is one hell of a fluke if it is one, but I don't believe it is. Beasley looks like the real deal and he has just started the first chapter of his new book with the game winner he sunk a couple nights ago.