With new contract signed, Timberwolves guard Malik Beasley declines to discuss legal case

MINNEAPOLIS — Malik Beasley did not have much to say Wednesday about the charges he’s facing for drug possession and threats of violence stemming from an incident in September at his home in Plymouth. In his first media session since April, Beasley declined to talk about the charges — citing the fact that his case is still pending, while saying he appreciated the support the Wolves have shown him through this process, especially in re-signing him to a four-year deal worth up to $60 million. “It’s a legal issue,” Beasley said. “I cannot really comment on that right now, but I appreciate the Tim…

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