And here's the thing with Beasley. He definitely has faults. He's undersized, he's inefficient, he's not a good rebounder, doesn't have a good motor, and has a serious problem with respect to finding a position due to his size and athleticism (or lack thereof)
But he is talented though. He does have some tools. This was a great move for Miami. Low risk, High Reward type of deal. This gives them another potential scoring threat off the bench. Now he rotted in Phoenix, but he was not that bad in Minnesota, even posting 18ppg a couple years back. Miami doesn't need much from him which I think is perfect for Beasley. At this point, I don't think anyone thinks he's a player that can be a 1,2,3, or even 4th option on a team. However, beginning of 2nd and 4th quarters for short stretches and burst, he could potentially be awesome for them. Miami has nothing to lose and everything to gain with this move.
In phoenix, he wasn't consistent at all, but there were burst and moments that made you think he could be a productive player. Condensing the Mike Beasley Brand to short minute span(s) is exactly what he needs. Not a lot of time to **** up, but enough time to give the Heat an individual offensive threat when the big 3 aren't on the floor.