Bobby Marks: The 12 game suspension for Malik Beasley will cost the guard $1.1M. The Timberwolves will receive a $550K credit toward the luxury tax. He is eligible to return on March 27 vs. Houston.
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Minnesota Timberwolves President of Basketball Operations Gersson Rosas today released the following statement following the NBA’s announcement of Malik Beasley’s 12-game suspension: “As an organization, we fully support today’s decision by the NBA. As we work together with Malik to advance his development as a player and a person, we look forward to seeing his growth.”
Shams Charania: Minnesota Timberwolves guard Malik Beasley — a Most Improved Player candidate — is being suspended 12 games by the NBA for conduct stemming from charges in offseason, sources tell @TheAthletic @Stadium.
Shams Charania: Statement from Timberwolves‘ Malik Beasley: “I will take this time to reflect on my decisions. I apologize to all the great fans out there who have supported me during this difficult time and I promise I will come back very soon as a better person and player.”
Shams Charania: Beasley’s threat of violence charge will be reduced to misdemeanor after completion of probation. The felony drug charged was dismissed. Beasley is in midst of a breakout NBA season, averaging 20.5 points, 5.2 rebounds and 2.5 assists.
Shams Charania: Minnesota Timberwolves guard Malik Beasley has entered guilty plea for threats of violence from October charges, and his felony drug charges were dismissed, his attorneys Steven Haney and Ryan Pacyga tell @The Athletic @Stadium.
Darren Wolfson: The Malik Beasley court hearing that was scheduled for tomorrow is being moved to next week. Doesn’t appear the league will do anything with a potential short suspension until the case is settled. In other words, he should be good to go next Wednesday. #Timberwolves
Jon Krawczynski: Malik Beasley made his first court appearance today. He left with no bail, only the conditions that he have no contact with the alleged victims and a potential witness. Next court appearance is scheduled for Dec. 17.
Jon Krawczynski: Malik Beasley made the court appearance via zoom. “He’s doing well. He’s focused on controlling what he can control and he’s moving in a good direction,” one of Beasley’s attorneys, Ryan Pacyga, said.
Hennepin County officials want to have the 19-month-old son of Minnesota Timberwolves player Malik Beasley put under court-ordered protection citing the felony weapons and drug charges filed last month against the boy’s parents as well as new evidence of possible maltreatment. A petition filed this week in District Court by the county’s Human Services and Public Health departments challenges the parental rights of Malik Beasley and wife Montana Yao and levels further allegations against the couple growing out of an altercation the 23-year-old basketball player had in late September with a family outside his Plymouth home.
Beyond the charges filed last week accusing Beasley of aiming a rifle at a couple and their teenage daughter in an SUV outside his house, where a large stash of marijuana and other guns were seized by police, the petition also says Beasley was caught on indoor video surveillance pointing a rifle “in the general direction” of his son in the garage that same day.
Shams Charania: Timberwolves guard Malik Beasley is being charged with fifth-degree drug possession and threat of violence following a September 27 arrest at his Plymouth, Minnesota, residence, @The Athletic @Stadium learned. Joint statement from his attorneys, Steve Haney and Ryan Pacyga: pic.twitter.com/Ia58ihWosv
Timberwolves guard Malik Beasley angrily aimed a rifle at a couple and their teenage child in an SUV outside his Plymouth home, where a large stash of marijuana was seized by police, according to charges filed Thursday against him and his girlfriend. The 23-year-old Beasley was charged in Hennepin County District Court with drug possession and threats of violence. Montana Yao, an Instagram model and the mother of a 1½-year-old son with Beasley, was charged with a felony drug count.
A couple was on the annual Parade of Homes tour on Sept. 26 with their 13-year-old child and pulled up in an SUV to Beasley’s home but saw it was roped off. While pulled over to look up another home to visit, Beasley tapped on the vehicle’s window and pointed a rifle at them. “Get the [expletive] off my property!” Beasley said. Beasley continued to train his “all-black assault rifle with a forehand grip” and a scope at the SUV as it drove off, the criminal complaint read.
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April 16, 2021 | 8:10 pm EDT Update
Shams Charania: The Celtics are waiving Moe Wagner to create roster space for Jabari Parker, sources tell @TheAthletic @Stadium . Wagner has averaged nearly six points and three rebounds this season, and was productive in his starts in Washington prior to being traded.
April 16, 2021 | 8:06 pm EDT Update
Shams Charania: Free agent Jabari Parker has agreed to a deal with the Boston Celtics, sources tell @TheAthletic @Stadium .
Chris Bosh: Like everyone else who pays attention to basketball, I was shocked this week at the news that LaMarcus Aldridge was retiring. Over fifteen lights-out seasons in the NBA, LaMarcus became a seven-time All-Star, with a fadeaway jumper you just had to admire, even if he was draining it in your face. But he also became the kind of player you could develop a relationship with from the stands or through the TV: a big man who could run the court and put up big numbers on both sides of the ball—and never let his head get too big about it.