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News » Beasley: Rehab 'lowest hour,' apologizes to Heat

Beasley: Rehab 'lowest hour,' apologizes to Heat

Beasley: Rehab 'lowest hour,' apologizes to Heat

That was around the time Beasley found out his rehab stay would last another month. Angrily, he posted comments like "Feelin like it's not worth livin!!!!!!! I'm done" and "I feel like the whole world is against me I can't win for losin" on Twitter.

His account was closed shortly afterward, and Beasley said it'll stay that way.

"I can definitely say, Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, any social network I'm pretty much done with," Beasley said. "I put my career and my livelihood in jeopardy. That's something I worked day in and day out, hour after hour, for basically my whole life for. And to lose it over some Internet social network, garbage network, it's not smart at all."

Beasley said often last season that he was "just a kid," almost using that as a crutch to justify some less-than-mature situations he found himself in. He was fined $50,000 by the NBA last September after security officers at the league's rookie symposium detected the scent of marijuana in a hotel room that he was in.

Through this process, Beasley says he's vowing to be more accountable in his second season.

"That chapter is behind," Beasley said. "Later for the immaturity. Later for me blaming it on my age. I've come to realize I'm a professional, no matter if I'm 38, no matter if I'm 19 or 20. I'm a professional."

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