The Contradictory Case of Zach Randolph

August 26th, 2011 by Bernie Dawkins Leave a reply »
As the old proverb goes, “Nothing is certain in life but death, taxes and Z-Bo getting in trouble.”

According to The Oregonian, Memphis Grizzlies’ power forward Zach Randolph had his annual run-in with the law last weekend.

On Sunday afternoon, police executed a search warrant on his West Linn mansion after a Portland-area drug dealer, James Beasley, was allegedly beaten and bloodied with pool sticks by members of Randolph’s entourage—aka The Hoop Family—after a dispute over Beasley’s asking price for his weed.

As expected, Randolph wasn’t directly involved with the beating, but of course he was there and of course he didn’t stop it.

This latest Z-Bo incident sounds about right on so many levels and should come as a surprise to, um, no one.

For starters, Randolph obviously has a good grasp of the weed game. Just last year he was accused of “being a major marijuana supplier” in the Indianapolis area, even though charges were eventually dropped. So the dude obviously can spot a bad deal.

Now that doesn’t mean I’m condoning the act of beati ...

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