One anonymous NBA scout breaks it down.... Money Quote: I don't know how you can trust Michael Beasley. In college he was amazing, and then he had an opportunity to play with one of the best NBA players in Dwyane Wade. But it sure looks like Beasley doesn't know how to play with anybody. He's in between the big- and small-forward positions, and he doesn't defend. He wants to play on the perimeter, but he's not a ball-handler. He likes to shoot jump shots and he has the talent to make them, but he doesn't make a lot of them. He's not a back-to-the-basket player. He takes the ball one-on-one and forces shots. Then he disappears for long stretches. He'll have a big rebounding game one night, and then the next night he'll be nonexistent. He gets in foul trouble and he commits bad turnovers, the kind where he goes one-on-one and kicks the ball or throws it away.