Beasley's attitude problem is WAY overrated and really who knows?
The attitude problem did not get in the way of making him be one of the
top players ever in college bball.
I mean he has the competitiveness, work ethic and drive...so it got
him THIS far.
From what I've seen and read, his attitude problem definitely seems to be blown out of proportion.
He's not exactly humble, but alot of great players aren't.
He really seems to want to improve and puts in a ton of work.
Cause the Heat is stupid. I would definitely draft Beasley at #1 if I had the pick. Besides, Rose is probably comparable to Beasley but what's the hell with Mayo? Is he half as good as Beasley by now?
We is, is we? Riley is playing mind games with everyone in the draft. We will be taking Beasley in the draft, because he is the best player. I am happy to let Chicago have Rose, because Beasley is the best player in this draft, period.
Apparently they're looking at a few other PF's in free agency and trade over the next few year (Elton Brand, Carlos Boozer). Both of these guys either have a home in Miami or want to apparently.
It sounds like the Heat want to fill out their backcourt and then get one of these guys, which I think is kind of dumb. There are a lot of PG's in this draft and teams are dealing so if they want to make a move, they shouldn't have to give up Beasley to do it, he's gonna be a monster...
The Heat are going to go after Carlos Boozer, so they won't need Beasley.
That line of thinking is stupid to me. Boozer doesn't become a free agnent for 2 more summers and by that time whose to say he comes to Miami? These rumors about Boozer are far fetched and only being pitched by Miami reporters hoping to keep the fanbase happy. I think Riley is making a bad decision.