Chris Bosh’s Softness and Udonis Haslem’s Injury Leads To Cries for Beasley

November 22nd, 2010 by Bhemis Parks Leave a reply »
The Miami Heat was handed another road block to their quest for a NBA championship this season on Sunday.

Udonis Haslem is expected to miss several weeks, if not months, with a torn ligament in his foot. This coupled with the sub-par play of Chris Bosh has brought about an increasingly popular question.

“Did the Miami Heat give up on Michael Beasley to soon?”

Thus far this season, the power forward pairing of Chris Bosh and Udonis Haslem have done little to keep opposing frontlines in check. The two have either lacked the muscle or bulk needed to keep the opposition from racking up huge numbers in the paint. On defense, they both have lacked the toughness needed to instill fear in their opponents.

To be frank, the two players have been as soft as cotton, Bosh more-so than Haslem.

Over in Minnesota, Miami’s starter at the power forward last season has quietly impressed his new club. Beasley has been as tough as nails for the Timberwolves, especially from a mental-standpoint.

After taking a horrendous foul during his return to Miami, Beasley was expected to miss multiple games but ended up sitting out ...

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