Beasley says he “could’ve gotten more out of that organization” ahead of tonight’s matchup with his old squad, but insists that it’s now water under the bridge.
— Marc Berman (@NYPost_Berman) January 4, 2018
The 28-year-old has been solid in New York, averaging 11.7 points on 52 percent shooting during his first season with the Knicks.
Per the NY Post:
“I feel I could’ve gotten more out of that organization,” Beasley told The Post on Wednesday after scoring a team-high 20 points in the 121-103 loss to the Wizards. “I feel Spo’ could’ve believed in me a lot more than he did. It’s in the past. [There’s] no love lost.”
Told he went to play for Spoelstra three separate times, Beasley said, “I had no choice.”
And there’s something about Beasley that kept [Pat] Riley going back.
“He’s a Hall of Famer — one of my favorite people in the world,” Beasley said. “He helped me in life.”