Michael Beasley seems to have found a new team.
The NBA veteran and free agent reportedly agreed to terms on a one-year deal with the Pistons on Saturday.
According to a report from The Athletic, Beasley has a "legitimate opportunity" to make Detroit's roster.
But first, he will have to serve a five-game suspension for violating the league's anti-drug policy.
After 5-game suspension from NBA on Thursday for failed drug test from last fall, Michael Beasley plans to sign deal that gives him legitimate opportunity to make Pistons roster, sources said. Beasley joins Derrick Rose (No. 1) on Detroit as top two picks in 2008 draft. https://t.co/PMNCueUQZ3
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Beasley spent last season with the Lakers and appeared in 26 games. Beasley averaged 7 points, 2.3 rebounds and a career-low 10.7 minutes per game in LA.
This was after a 2017-18 season with the Knicks where he had 74 appearances and averaged 13.4 points.
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Beasley has also spent time with the Rockets, Heat, Suns, Bucks and Timberwolves in his 11-year career.