Tiger Fight, September 28 According to a report by reporter Shams Charania, Timberwolves player Malik Beasley was arrested for possession of marijuana and accepting stolen goods.
9月28日，老虎扑灭据记者Shams Charania的报道，森林狼球员Malik Beasley因拥有大麻和接受赃物而被捕。
According to reports, on Saturday night local time, police arrested Beasley at his home in Plymouth, Minnesota. The source said that Beasley may seek bail by meeting with the judge, but this will require at least an additional 24 hours.
The Timberwolves officials issued a statement on Sunday morning local time saying that the team has learned about Malik Beasley's situation and is currently collecting more information.
The source said that the police had received many complaints in the past about items hidden in Beasley's home.
The Timberwolves are conducting a three-week training camp at their training ground in Minnesota. Beasley participated in individual training in the first week of the training camp, but last week when the team conducted five-on-five training, Beasley did not participate.
Beasley was selected with the 19th overall pick in the first round of 2016. He played for the Nuggets in the first three and a half seasons and was traded to the Timberwolves before the trade deadline this year. Beasley will become a restricted free agent after the end of this season.
In the first 14 games where the NBA was suspended due to the new crown epidemic in March this year, Beasley performed well in the Timberwolves starting lineup, averaging 20.7 points, 5.1 rebounds, and 42.6% from three-point range. To