Last night, Rivers didn’t have to worry about Beasley torching his defense too much, but he says that could all change in the very near future. From the Star Tribune: “Offensively, I’ve been a big believer in him,’ Rivers said before his Celtics beat the Timberwolves 96-93 on Monday night. ‘I just think he can score. I said it two years ago: I think one day he may lead the league in scoring. He just knows how to score the ball. He has a Carmelo ability to score the ball.’ Beasley scored 19 points, playing only 23 minutes because of foul trouble. ‘He’s a matchup problem every night,’ Rivers said. ‘He’s tough for 3s [small forwards] to guard because of his size. He’s too quick for 4s [power forwards]. And he can shoot. Obviously that’s the key. He has quickness and a shot at that size. That makes him tough to guard.’”