Beasley surprised by video game rating

It's not often that a professional athlete will admit that their video game rating are too high. That was almost the case with Timberwolves forward Michael Beasley. After being told he had a player rating of 78 on NBA 2K12, Beasley said, "That's higher than I thought."
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It's not often that a professional athlete will admit that their video game rating are too high. That was almost the case with Timberwolves forward Michael Beasley. After being told he had a player rating of 78 on NBA 2K12, Beasley said, "That's higher than I thought."

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