March 26, 2018, 9:47 pmMichael BeasleySF/PF, New York Knicks
Michael Beasley was gunning it on Monday, hitting 12-of-22 shots towards 27 points while chipping in a 3-pointer, eight rebounds, an assist and a steal.
Beasley was out for blood tonight, but the Knicks couldn't pull away from the Hornets in a nailbiter. He was the secondary option on offense behind Trey Burke tonight and as usual, wasn't shy to let his shots fly. Nights like this are a reminder as to why you should hang onto Beasley even if he has an off night, because the offensive workload is there for him to take for the remainder of the year.