Video / Aug 4, 2011 / 11:30 am

New Mexico State’s Jahmar Young Breaks Michael Beasley’s Ankles

Remember Jahmar Young? After three solid years at New Mexico State, he went undrafted in 2010. (It probably didn’t help that he was arrested just days after declaring.) Since then, he’s suited up for teams in Serbia, Belgium and most recently the Goodman Coalition. With that, watch as the Baltimore native does Michael Beasley dirty.



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  • Sean Sweeney

    Off topic…those jerseys are crazy

  • Lee

    These needs to be an asteix by this clip –

    *Beasley probably stoned

  • http://www LP

    nothin to see here, lets move on…

  • http://twitter.com/#!/Quiznakes K Dizzle

    That wasn’t anything the ballhandler did. Beasley should be gettin props for gettin back so hard on d n recovering after his fall to d up again. I’m goin with slippery floor…

  • heckler

    not really an ankle breaker.
    but..anytime you make your defender knees buckle and drop down to the court, I suppose you get some points for that.

    are we all in agreeance that this is about a 2 on a 10 scale?!!?

  • http://www.dimemag.com panchitoooo

    looks like Jahmar stops on a dime and beasley goes sliding pass him. if you think that has nothing to do with the ball handler then why would Beasley slide like that? to look cool? and if its a slippery floor then why didnt Jahmar slide as well?

    give props to Beasley? LOL

  • http://www.dimemag.com panchitoooo

    i’ll say its a 4/10 cause its on a NBA player and Beasley looks real dumb trying to get up off the ground as quickly as possible

  • two times

    eh…slippery floor and not ankle-breakin…based on the headline of the story I was hopin to see B-easy get crossed up…he just slipped. It happens.

  • yourdribbleizcookiez

    Dude hit him with the change of direction, just as good as a cross. No props to Beasley.

  • DH

    Props to Beasley because that’s the most defense I’ve ever seen him play.

  • deeds

    meh, im sure beasley just went home, rolled a huge fatty and smoked it while laying in a pile of 100 dollar bills to forget about his troubles

  • http://twitter.com/#!/Quiznakes K Dizzle

    Change of direction? Some posters really make me believe
    a) they’ve never played ball

    or b) they’ve never been coached.

    Mike Beasley, a 6’10 forward, picks up a 6’4 guard 3/4 court, and as every coach teaches, make the ballhandler choose a direction, then funnel him to the sideline.
    Beasley gets props strictly for stayin in front of dude, who dribbled straight to where I’ve always been coached never to go(towards the sideline) then flips the ball off.
    No props. No ankle break.
    Peace…

  • jzsmoove

    so that possession got them 2 pts right? no wait…

  • http://www.dimemag.com panchitoooo

    when is almost falling on your face good defense? imagine if every coach taught that?

    “Okay team today we are going to practice defending the dribbler by falling on your face once you force him to the sideline”.