Here is an article I found on NBA.com:
What do you guys think?
Punching your teamates is one thing..but the weed man too?
Is the name Beasley forever attached to incidents involving Marijuana?
He has made huge strides this past year with staying out of trouble and becoming a better basketball player. Even though is sounds as though he didnt do anything wrong, if hes going to improve upon his last season he can't be associating with people who commit these types of crimes, especially at his house.
Take me higher, higher, baby...
Do you think he's gonna-once again- get out of it with little difficulty or is he going to be in a real trouble?
Probably not major trouble for this one. Sounds like he just had a bunch of guys over for a party. The report says the police spoke with 10 people at the house after the beating. If there were still ten people at the house after a beating and the police having been called, I can't imagine how many were probably there before that. I mean you don't stick around at a party after someone has beaten up the drug dealer. They are lucky he just went to the police.
By the way, how do you go to the police and tell them, "Hey, I'm a pot dealer and my customer beat me up." Don't the police then arrest you for being a drug dealer?
This will always be his problem... He's from the hood and can't let go of his old friends.
Last offseason something similar happened to him and nothing bad happened. He came back and played great basketball. The only thing I'm afraid of is his physical shape when the lockout ends. He just got a big contract and before coming to memphis he was always in bad shape.
He should become Indian.............
he needs to grow up and get rid of that dumbass inner circle...come on Z-Bo, a lot of players blaze and party but do it smart. you make like 15 mill a year and you act like a kid...be the beast you can be homie!
I agree that with Z-Bo a lot of his trouble has stemmed from the people he chooses to hang around with, hopefully he was not directly involved in this incident as he has made big strides in the last few years and showed he can take a team to the play offs.