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Eastern Notes: Beasley, Gasol, Mo Williams, Cavs

Michael Beasley signed his second 10-day contract with the Heat on Sunday, a move that the Heat had no hestitation in making, according to coach Erik Spoelstra, as Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald observes.

“He stepped out of his comfort zone and was fantastic in that zone,” Spoelstra said of Beasley’s play during his first 10-day deal. “I feel very comfortable with Mike. We have gotten to know each other extremely well over the years. We felt it was a no-brainer. We’ve been running the majority of our offense through him, a la Chris Bosh. He’s a close facsimile in our system.”

That would seem to bode well for Beasley’s chances of receiving a deal through at least the rest of the season once his latest 10-day deal runs out. Here’s more from the Eastern Conference:

  • Pau Gasol said Sunday that the Thunder and Spurs were his other top choices this summer before he made his decision to sign with the Bulls in what he described as a “close call,” as Sam Smith of relays.
  • Mo Williams has been sensational for the Hornets since they traded for him a month ago, averaging 21.7 points, 8.7 assists and 2.8 turnovers in 35.4 minutes per game, but coach Steve Clifford anticipates a regression to the mean, notes Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer (Twitter link). Williams will be a free agent at season’s end.
  • The Cavs‘ January overhaul, featuring a pair of significant trades, has resulted in a team that takes more non-corner three-pointers and fewer point-blank looks, as Jason Lloyd of the Akron Beacon Journal examines. The results have been successful, though coach David Blatt has concerns about the preponderance of outside looks that LeBron James doesn’t appear to share, Lloyd notes.
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  1. Z....

    Michael Beasley once again put the team on his back for a good portion of Saturday night’s game for the 2nd straight night, and played very well on both ends of the court, even taking the challenge of having to mismatch and guard DeMarcus Cousins. Its so amazing to see the real improvement on the defensive end, and then also with his decision making offensively. The Heat clearly have faith in him, as they ran a bunch of similar sets for him that they usually run for Chris Bosh, and they used him in that role. I really couldnt be happier to see this development and hope to see it continue. He has all the talent in the world, and his growth and maturity on and off the floor are impressive. Thinking back to some moments in his first 2 years in this league, its like watching an entirely different player and person

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