[Introduction] Yesterday, the Heat lost to the Pistons by 10 points at home. Wade was absent, but Beasley took the lead
Responsibility, he scored 23 points in the game, setting a new season high, but he obviously couldn’t be happy because the team lost, because in his opinion, the team’s victory is more important than personal outstanding data
On December 4th, the Heat VS the Pistons. The Heat lost their 11-game winning streak and were defeated by the Pistons 97-107. Beasley scored a season-high 23 points, but the team lost.
“We lost” Beasley said a little frustrated in the post-match interview: “No matter how good my personal data is, it is just part of the failure.”
But Beasley’s excellent performance in this game was affirmed by his teammates and coaches.
Heat coach Spoel spoke highly of Beasley: “He is playing very well now, he can score, he is willing to defend and rebound, he uses his efforts to tell everyone that he wants to contribute to this team, and he is willing to take responsibility.
In yesterday’s game, the Heat dug a big hole for themselves in the first quarter. At the end of the first quarter, the Heat trailed the Pistons by 10 points. In the fourth quarter, the Heat once narrowed the difference to 3 points.
Needless to say, he scored 6 points for the team in 90 seconds, and Spoelstra did not replace him until the end of the game.
It can be seen that he has gained the trust of the coach.
In fact, when the Heat first signed Beasley during the offseason, many people in the outside world were not optimistic about him. But now Beasley has proved himself with his hard work and achievements. He has gained a firm foothold and entered the rotation lineup.
This season, Beasley scored in double figures in 7 games, 5 of which were won by the Heat, and the other 2 were losses to the Celtics and yesterday’s loss to the Pistons.
Beasley’s recent performance is getting better and better. In the past 5 games, Beasley averaged 11.8 points and 5.8 rebounds per game, and his shooting percentage can reach 48.9%.
“I want to be more efficient,” Beasley said. “I play hard, try to keep up with my teammates, and I want to help this team.”