[protected-iframe id=”8c0c52992f49fad68b500443194e6642-22577676-53282995″ info=”https://www.instagram.com/p/BM2Jf4FA7ij/embed/” width=”500″ height=”580″ frameborder=”0″ scrolling=”no”]
Michael Beasley once again proved he’s proved all about getting buckets during his bigs Knicks debut.
He’s only played one minute tonight, but a whole lot happened during those 60 seconds of action. He got himself a bucket, obviously, before things took a turn for the worse with Russell Westbrook Zaza’ing him on a closeout:
A nasty sprained ankle for sure, but that didn’t stop Beasley from calling for the ball on the Knicks’ next offensive possession:
And that was it for Beasley’s Knicks debut. He was helped off court and is reportedly out for the rest of the game with a sprained ankle. What a ride.
Michael Beasley lands awkwardly on ankle, heads to the locker room. 😳pic.twitter.com/xKkMUlmrIA
— Hoops Provider (@HoopsProvider) October 20, 2017