Timberwolves forward Michael Beasley joined Kevin Durant’s whirlwind tour of New York City playground courts last night at Dyckman Park in Washington Heights.
In the second half, Beasley got into it with fans under the basket, shouting, “I get paid to do this!” according to the New York Daily News.
The NBA star then zeroed in on Dyckman regular Garland Quince, and shoved him in the face before being held back.
“He just mushed me. He mushed me in my face,” Quince told the Daily News. “I was arguing about a Kevin Durant call and he just mushed me in my face.”
Beasley has a long history of off-the-court issues since being drafted second-overall by the Heat in 2008. He was most recently ticketed for marijuana possession on July 7.
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