Charles Barkley: Michael Beasley and Heat a Bunch of Cry Babies

February 26th, 2010 by Tuviere Akpoghene Leave a reply »
This was truly funny. Michael Beasley of the Miami Heat said, "My name is not Tito Jackson."

Really? You could have fooled me!

That statement was made in response to a comment TNT broadcaster and Hall of Famer Charles Barkley made referring to the Miami Heat as a team with Michael Jackson (that would be Dwyane Wade) and a bunch of Titos, Michael’s brother and a background member of the famed Jackson 5 singing group.

From the article NBA’s Top 15 Best Players 2009-2010 : This is a no-brainer. Wade is nothing short of spectacular. Unfortunately he’s playing for a very bad team and most nights his best effort has not helped his team win, and no one else on the team is helping either. (Click here to read the article )

Calling Beasley Tito Jackson is an insult to Tito, who was not just a backup singer in the Jackson 5 but a very vital component to the success of the group. Beasley has spent the better part of his time in the NBA doing his best to look good on and off the court, shying away from rebounds or hustle plays that could help them win games. His effort on the court is tantamount to th ...

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