Beasley inks new deal with Suns

Former K-State stand-out Michael Beasley says his marijuana issues are a thing of the past and that he’s ready to show the Phoenix Suns that their support for him is warranted. The 6-foot-10 forward finalized his deal with the Suns signing a three-year, $18 million contract with Phoenix on Friday.

Beasley says he believes in his new team.

“I just wanna win,” Beasley says. “I feel like with the talent we have and the new players we’ve signed that we could be really good.”

Beasley, the second pick overall in the 2008 draft, played his first two seasons with Miami and the last two with Minnesota. He became a free agent when the Timberwolves declined an $8 million option to keep him.