Wiltside wrote:I remember Beas' first SL game. He went HAM on the Bulls, killed Noah.
Still say Beas could've been anything. Shame he didn't have the maturity coming into the league to handle the big time.
Should've been a gawd. Never been more upset about the trajectory of a player's career. Incredibly skilled. Probably top ten favorite college baller ever.
You and me both DoM. I was over the moon when we got Beas. Thought he was gonna tear the league a new one, and honestly, he should have. Had all the tools in the world.
Kinda wish he was drafted in this era. His shortcomings would've been overlooked, and he wouldn't have been seen as much of a tweener as he was back in 2008-2009.
Still would've liked to have seen him alongside the Big 3 back in 2010 - can't complain about the org wanting to keep UD and sign Mike Miller over retaining him in hindsight, but at the time, I was disappointed we let him go. Perhaps that environment would've brought out the best in him during his formative years.