Beasley, Randolph Become Unrestricted FAs

June 30 2012 at 6:42pm CDT By Zach Links

The Timberwolves announced that they will not be making qualifying offers to Michael Beasley and Anthony Randolph, making them unrestricted free agents.  Both moves were widely anticipated.

The qualifying offer for Beasley, the second-overall pick in the 2008 draft, would have been for $8.17MM.  Randolph, who averaged 7.4 PPG and 3.6 RPG last season, could have been given a qualifying offer for a shade over $4MM.

7 thoughts on “Beasley, Randolph Become Unrestricted FAs

  1. beas can really excel in the right situation. dude is gifted and just needs a coach that can better motivate him.

  2. finally outta that whiteboy hellhole hahahaha (im white, so dont bother the racist stuff)

    on to a new chapter beaz :)
    hope u find a new home soon en get stuff sorted
    ill be watchin wherever u go!!!
    3rd team’s the charm ma brothaaaaah!!!!

    puuuuuuuuz

  3. Beasly is a horrible defender and to me he doesn’t play hard. Maybe if he goes to a basketball city with great and loud fans like Boston he will start playing hard.

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