Milwaukee Bucks guard Grayson Allen could have got away with another trip against the Chicago Bulls.
In their first matchup since Allen was called for a flagrant-2 and subsequently suspended for his harsh foul on Bulls guard Alex Caruso. the former Duke star was at it again. The first time, Allen’s foul on Caruso resulted in serious injury.
The Bucks only added to the feud by posting a photo of Allen on their official Twitter account the next morning. Carouso was declared long-term off just a few hours later. Billy Donovan was furious in his subsequent press conferences.
Allen was rightfully booed in Chicago in his first game since. But maybe he got away with a trip.
We’ll let you judge.
Did Grayson Allen get away with another dirty foul?
Ayo Dosunmu went down hard after a hip check/trip from Allen, who has a track record of doing things like this. In most cases I would be willing to decide when in doubt. But that’s Grayson Allen – he’s been tripping up opposing players for a living since his Duke days and probably earlier.
Will it result in a suspension or a fine? Of course not. It’s impossible to prove intent, and that’s what makes Allen such a tracker.
But every now and then he goes a bit too far, as in the Caruso incident.
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