Michael Beasley Getting Waived by Phoenix Suns is Head-Scratching
Life is pretty bad for an NBA player when he’s waived by the Phoenix Suns. Michael Beasley was the No. 2 overall pick back in 2008 but was let go by Phoenix’s lowly franchise on Tuesday. Of course, Beasley’s recent marijuana arrest certainly didn’t help, but even then, the Suns need all the help they can get so Beasley’s release was still a little surprising.
I mean really, the Suns waited almost a month after the arrest to give the former Kansas State star the pink slip, so why the delay? Well, Suns president Lon Babby sure didn’t have a good answer for that question.
Phoenix’s clueless leader said his team was devoted to Beasley’s success, but had to maintain standards of a championship culture. Umm, last time I check, the Suns were ringless. Unfortunately, we can’t turn that into a LeBron James joke anymore.
But seriously, the Suns need a reality check. Phil Jackson, anyone?
PGA TOUR | Andrew Landry leads with 64 at the Nova Scotia Open
In the opening round of the 2015 Nova Scotia Open, Andrew Landry had a busy day carding seven birdies and an eagle to grab solo lead sitting with a 7-under 64. Read More
PGA TOUR | Big 3: Top on-site observations from Round 1 at The Old White TPC
Following the opening round of The Greenbrier Classic 2015, Doug Bell and Tom Werme from PGA TOUR Radio provide their top three observations, including Scott Langley, Tiger Woods and the short par-3 18th hole. Read More
PGA TOUR | Michael and Rachel Hebert tour and golf in Newfoundland
Web.com Tour golfer Michael Hebert and his wife Rachel are treated to a tour of beautiful Newfoundland and the easternmost point in North America prior to the the 2015 Nova Scotia Open. Read More
PGA TOUR | Round 1 highlights from The Greenbrier Classic
In the opening round of The Greenbrier Classic 2015, Scott Langley’s bogey-free 62 was the low round of the day and remains in solo lead. Read More