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Michael Beasley Jokes On Twitter: "Every 10 Seconds Another Person That Can't Guard Me Comes Into The World"

Michael Beasley Jokes On Twitter: "Every 10 Seconds Another Person That Can't Guard Me Comes Into The World"

Although he's not in the NBA right now, Michael Beasley remains an admired player. The former Miami Heat, Los Angeles Lakers player is very entertaining on social media, as he never hesitates to give himself some flowers and claim he's unguardable. 

Recently, the veteran tried to make a bold claim about the people who can't guard him, but the numbers weren't as accurate as he wanted. Beasley recently did some math and stated that the world had 7,753,000,000 people, but none of them could guard him. 

His statement raised a lot of eyebrows, but it wasn't for the fact that it was a hot take, but the numbers he used to try to make his point. 

"7753000000 people on earth… 7529999999 of em can’t guard me 😂😂😂😂 #wethemones" Beasley tweeted on Wednesday night. 

He realized he'd made a mistake and trolled himself, saying he's talked about proofreading more than once, so it wasn't a big deal. Mike just said he forgot a 7, but that number made a big difference in what he was trying to say. 

Still, that didn't stop the man, who went further and claimed every 10 seconds another person who can't guard him is born. 

When you're a 2nd overall pick, it's easy to be this confident. Beasley's talent is off the charts, but his decisions didn't help his career. Some people say he never lost a pickup game against LeBron James when they both played for the Miami Heat. 

Well, that must have boosted his confidence, as he's convinced nobody on earth could check on him on the court. Except for the 230 million other people he forgot to mention in his tweet.