Malik Beasley Pleads Guilty to October Charges

Malik Beasley of the Minnesota Timberwolves has decided to enter a guilty plea to some of the charges laid during his October arrest. According to his attorneys and Shams Charania of The Athletic, the guilty pleas are for the 'threats of violence' charges.

Here's more details on the case:

Beasley, 24, was charged with threats of violence and fifth-degree drug possession after a family told police that he pointed a rifle at them as they were touring his neighborhood on Sept. 26. Officers found three firearms and 835 grams of marijuana when they arrived at Beasley's home. His wife, Montana Yao, who told police the marijuana was hers, was also charged with fifth-degree drug possession.

Beasley is a promising piece for the Timberwolves who are hoping he can keep the chemistry he's built with Karl-Anthony Towns and D'Angelo Russell. The Timberwolves are one of the up-and-coming teams to watch out of the western conference and with number one pick, Anthony Edwards added to their mix, the possibilities are endless.

Beasley is 24, and recently re-signed in Minny for four more years at $60 million. This will be his second season as a Timberwolf after a deal from the Denver Nuggets.

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