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Michael Beasley rides off to the Suns

His scoring average dropped off and Derrick Williams seems ready to take his spot in the lineup. So it's not a complete surprise that Michael Beasley is leaving the Timberwolves and following the setting sun to Phoenix.
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His scoring average dropped off and Derrick Williams seems ready to take his spot in the lineup. So it's not a complete surprise that Michael Beasley is leaving the Timberwolves and following the setting sun to Phoenix.

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