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Suns release Michael Beasley after marijuana arrest, Heat sign him

Citing "personal and professional conduct" issues, the Phoenix Suns have released Michael Beasley, buying him out of the final two years of his contract.

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Heat sign Michael Beasley

Michael Beasley is going back to the team that drafted him.

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The myth of Beasley's talent

Much as we may laud the possible value in a team signing Michael Beasley on the cheap and "saving" his career, we must all remember that he's never been that good.

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Details on Beasley's buyout

SB Nation's Bright Side of the Sun has details on how Michael Beasley will be paid following his release from the Suns. The buyout arrangement will pay him as follows:

2013-14 contract reduced from $6 million to $4.66 million, a savings of $1.34 million on salary cap and wallet

2014-15 contract reduced from $3 million guaranteed to $2.3 million, which will be stretched per the CBA over three seasons at $766K per year

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Suns release Beasley

The Suns have ended the Michael Beasley era in Phoenix, agreeing to a buyout of the final two years of his contract.

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Suns deciding what to do with Michael Beasley

The Phoenix Suns plan to decide what to do with the embattled Michael Beasley in "the next week or so."

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Butler trade could allow Suns to cut Beasley

Michael Beasley could be on his way out the door now that the Bucks have lowered their payroll by trading Caron Butler to the Milwaukee Bucks.

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The rise and fall of B-Easy

Michael Beasley was once considered a potential No. 1 pick. After his latest transgression, he may find himself out of the NBA.

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Michael Beasley arrested for marijuana possession

The Phoenix Suns forward is in the headlines again after another incident allegedly involving marijuana.

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