Michael Beasley was coming.
Bill Walker was already there.
And Bob Huggins was leaving after only one season at the helm.
Hanging in the balance sat Kansas State, a once-proud basketball program that was about to be reignited or returned to a hoops wasteland.
To Tim Weiser, the decision wasn't complicated.
He hired Frank Martin, Huggins' assistant.
"If it was just about one player, it would have been a shortsighted ...
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