Heat finishes big, thinks small with Beasley
Since: Oct 08
#1 Apr 16, 2009
just start beasley at small forward.
he is NOT a power forward.
my god, this isnt rocket science.
#2 Apr 16, 2009
uummm ... he IS a power forward
he is too slow to guard true 3's
and has too many defensive deficiencies to guard true 3's
if you think that Beasley can guard players like Lebron, S Marion, C Butler, C Anthony, D Granger and others ... then this is ROCKET SCIENCE for YOU!!
#3 Apr 16, 2009
beasley at the 3? sounds good very good.. chalmers,wade,beasley,haslem,a nd o'neal lets show these hawks we're no joke
#4 Apr 17, 2009
I think playing Beasley at small forward "at times" is not a bad idea. He can bang out the smaller 3's and also out rebound them. He is also faster than must 4's. So really you have yourself a match up nightmare, if Coach Spo uses him in the rigth way it should work. Good Luck Heat!! D-Wade & Beasley...Batman and Robin!!!
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