Michael Beasley has found no takers for his services since being waived by the Los Angeles Clippers earlier this month. The latest on the former second overall pick of the 2008 NBA Draft is that he is headed to China to play for the Guangdong Southern Tigers in the Chinese Basketball Association.

It will be a homecoming of sorts for the 30-year-old Beasley, who had previous stints with the Shanghai Sharks and the Shandong Golden Stars. On both occasions, he had shown his offensive prowess when he dropped 59 and 63 points during the CBA All-Star Games held during the 2014-15 and 2015-16 seasons, respectively, the Bleacher Report noted.

It was with the Stars where Beasley was able to barge into the CBA playoffs. Shandong would eventually fall in the first round to Guangdong, set to be the former NBA player's next stop.

Beasley has been a journeyman in the NBA. He started out with the Heat and bounced from one team to another. His stint with the Lakers was met with criticism, but it was his offensive sock that Los Angeles seemed to be interested in. Sadly, he was never able to show all that since he missed a large chunk of the season to be by his ailing mother's side.

The Los Angeles Lakers traded Beasley along with Ivica Zubac to the Clippers on Feb. 7 in exchange for Mike Muscala. The Clips would waive Beasley two days after that transaction.

The deal being offered to Beasley reportedly involves a significant sum. If all goes well, he could find himself sticking it out in the CBA for a longer spell this time around. Unlike previous stints, the 30-year-old cager may be better off showing his stuff in the Chinese league where he produces monster numbers.

A return to the NBA is possible in the future, though Beasley will find himself back to square one. With time no longer on his side, the former Kansas State University product may want to consider his future - particularly in the financial aspect.

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Michael Beasley takes his act to the Chinese Basketball Association for the third time. Michael Beasley #11 of the Los Angeles Lakers walks off the court smiling after he received two technical fouls and was ejected from the game against the Golden State Warriors during the second half of their NBA preseason basketball game at SAP Center on October 12, 2018 in San Jose, California. Getty Images/Thearon W. Henderson

He could get another call up from the NBA, something he should carefully study first. He has played for eight different NBA teams as of to date, none of which are memorable. One player he could look up to is Stephon Marbury - someone who decided wisely and stuck with the CBA until he retired from basketball in 2018 with the Beijing Flying Dragons.