Michael Beasley’s estate sale had something for everybody
August 21, 2012 10:22AM
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Updated: September 22, 2012 6:25AM
Usually, when you hear the term “estate sale,” you think of an elderly person who has died and left behind a houseful of furniture and belongings.
So it was odd to see that Michael Beasley, whom the Bulls passed on to draft Derrick Rose in 2008, held an estate sale.
More odd were the items in it.
The former Timberwolves forward, who signed with the Suns, decided not to lug some things from his rented home in Minnesota to Phoenix.
Among them: four Ingmar Bergman screenplays, erotic figurines, unused margarita mix, marble grapes, an old fishing reel and several women’s handbags.