“I’ll Barbeque Them All One By One….Your Mama Told Me That”: Former Knicks and Lakers Star Goes Off Against John Wall’s Team In The Gym

Published 01/22/2022, 11:08 PM EST

This season took a unique turn, with the health and safety protocols coming in. Former league veterans got their chance to show they still got it and many old faces impressed. However, there were still some veterans who didn’t get their chance to showcase their skills. Recently, A former Knicks and Lakers guard took on an NBA player and crushed their team in the open gym.

Michael Beasley lived up to his open gym image and went on a tear against Houston Rockets’ John Wall and his team.

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Veterans coming back into this league was a big step this season. With teams not having enough players, some vets got their ticket back into the league. Unfortunately, Beasley never got his shot. So he showed everyone he still got it by beating Wall’s team.

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Former Knicks player obliterates John Wall’s team

An open gym and Michael Beasley share quite the relationship. While the former NBA star may not have hit in big in the league, in an open gym he is a different animal. Likewise, while taking on Wall, he was at his best. And he made sure his opposition gets a piece of his mind.

Beasley gave out insults such as, “I’ll barbeque them all one one”. The former Knicks man proceeded to go all out against the team and couldn’t stop scoring. No matter who was on him, no one could stop Beasley in that gym as both stars went at each other.

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He was really impressive and it goes to show the difference between an NBA player and other basketball players. While Beasley may not be a big name in the league, in an open gym, it is a completely different story. The skill gap was evident as Michael Beasley went to work.

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However, despite his impressive showing, getting back to the NBA will be tough. He last played in the league in 2018 with the Lakers and put up 7 points per game. With him still having the skill, do you think some NBA team could use the former Knicks guard? Let us know in the comments below.

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Anuj Talwalkar

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Anuj Talwalkar is an NBA writer at EssentiallySports. He is a student studying at NM College in Mumbai, aspiring to pursue sports management to follow his love for sports. Anuj started following the NBA last year, and he loves to combine his passion for writing with his understanding of basketball.

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