BEAS-MODE: Michael Beasley Drops 63-Point Triple-Double In Chinese ASG
Michael Beasley has played for a number of NBA teams, most notably the Miami Heat, since being drafted second overall in the 2008 NBA Draft. Failing to become a franchise player after being drafted that high generally earns you the reputation of "bust" in the NBA, and Beasley isn't much of an exception. Not in America at least.
But the Chinese Basketball League is a totally different story.
Beasley returned to China this year after first joining the league in 2014, playing for the Shanghai Sharks. He came back to the NBA in the second half of last season to play 24 games with the Heat but returned to the CBA as a Shandong Golden Star. It turns out he may just be the golden star of the league.
Beasley is averaging 31.5 points for Shangdong, and won MVP honors at the Chinese Basketball Association's All-Star Game after posting an astounding 63 points; tacking on 19 rebounds and 13 assists for the triple-double. As hard as it may be to believe, Beasley is basically the Steph Curry of professional basketball in China.
That's right, the guy who did this is the Steph Curry of the CBA.
That will never get old. If you want to see this gem of a human being absolutely dominate the Chinese Basketball Association All-Star Game, you can watch it below.
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