PHOENIX - Scottsdale police say Phoenix Suns forward Michael Beasley was cited last month on suspicion of speeding, driving on a suspended Arizona license and driving without a vehicle license plate or registration.
The Suns issued a statement Monday saying they discussed the matter with Beasley "and at this time do not believe any further action by the club is warranted."
According to a police report, Beasley was stopped Jan. 25 on suspicion of driving 71 mph in a 45 mph zone.
Police say Beasley's Mercedes didn't have a license plate or temporary registration tag.
They say the 24-year-old Beasley had a Florida driver's license, but his Arizona driving privileges had been suspended Oct. 23 for failing to appear in Phoenix City Court.
Police say Beasley is due in court Feb. 11.
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