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Wade says Beasley has the talent to be a great player 'if he wants it'

Miami Heat superstar Dwyane Wade says Wolves' forward Michael Beasley has the abilities to become a great player, but only "if he wants it." Beasley was drafted by the Heat and played two-seasons in Miami. Wade also says Beasley will grow as a player when he's on a winning team.
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Miami Heat superstar Dwyane Wade says Wolves' forward Michael Beasley has the abilities to become a great player, but only "if he wants it." Beasley was drafted by the Heat and played two-seasons in Miami. Wade also says Beasley will grow as a player when he's on a winning team.

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