G - MIN
Timberwolves' G Malik Beasley will miss four to six weeks with a Grade 3 left hamstring injury, per Shams Charania of The Athletic.
Beasley missed Saturday's game with a left hamstring injury. At the time, the T-Wolves thought that the injury was relatively minor. However, Beasley will watch his team from the sidelines for at least a month, which could possibly spell the end of his season. Josh Okogie and Jarrett Culver should have increased roles for the Timberwolves while Beasley is out.
Timberwolves G Malik Beasley (hamstring) has been ruled out Saturday night vs. the Sixers.
Beasley played last night but will be given the night off due to a “minor” hamstring injury. Anthony Edwards, Jaden McDaniels, and Jaylen Nowell should all see a few more opportunities in Beasley’s absence.
Malik Beasley contributed 20 points (5-9 FG, 5-8 3PT, 5-6 FT), one rebound, one steal, one block, and one turnover in Wednesday's win versus the Knicks.
Beasley efficiently fired in five treys tonight to help Minnesota earn their 12th win of the year. He was coming off two ice-cold shooting games since returning from his suspension, so it was nice to see him play like his normal self against New York. Beasley and the Wolves will try for two straight wins on Friday against the Grizzlies.
Malik Beasley managed 13 points (4-17 FG, 3-12 3PT, 2-2 FT), four rebounds, three assists, two steals, and one turnover in Saturday's loss to the Rockets.
Beasley looked very rusty in his return from a 12-game suspension. But now that he's back, fantasy managers should comfortably redeploy him into their lineups. Beasley gets the fearsome Nets on Monday evening.
The NBA has suspended Timberwolves G Malik Beasley 12 games for conduct stemming from charges during the offseason.
Last September, T-Wolves G Malik Beasley was arrested and subsequently charged with fifth-degree drug possession and a threat of violence. Now, the NBA has finally handed down its suspension: 12 games. This is a huge loss for Minnesota, as Beasley has been having one of the best seasons of his young career. So much so, in fact, there has been league-wide rumblings of Beasley being a Most Improved Player candidate. In his absence, fantasy managers should expect to see Jarrett Culver and Josh Okogie to see expanded roles.