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Scott M

Michael Beasley

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Caught the K-State vs. Kansas game in Manhattan. K-State hadn't beaten them at home in 24 years. Beasley was a man among boys, and against #2 Kansas besides.

Where do we start the petition to make sure McHale drafts him?

That is if the Wolfies end up getting the lottery balls to bounce the right way...

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As of right now, I think Beasley is a no brainer number one pick. After that you can throw a dart at a hand full of players. Wherever the Wolves finish, let's hope the ping pong balls fall the right way. Big Al and Beasley and anyone else would make one heck of a front line!

Aaron

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Boy we have had some bad luck with ping-pong balls!!

ole

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he is really starting to win me over.

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Beasley would look really good in a Wolves uniform. If only the basketball God's would ease up on the Wolves lottery chances.

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I'd love to get Beasley too.

Not sure what will happen if they don't. Would they go with Mayo or maybe Gordon? I want them to take a front court player, but not if they have to reach for someone.

I do not want Roy Hibbert or Hansborough.

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