Amid anger and anger at the way Alex Caruso was injured, the NBA decided to suspend Grayson Allen for a foul that led to Caruso’s injury.
The Milwaukee Bucks will soon miss Grayson Allen after he fouled Alex Caruso. According to a tweet from ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, Allen was suspended by the NBA for a foul that left Caruso with a broken wrist.
Few would think, however, that this suspension is even remotely fair to those involved.
According to Wojnarowski, while Allen was suspended, the NBA only kept him for one game. Meanwhile, Caruso broke his right wrist Surgery is likely to be required. He will almost certainly miss more than one game because of a foul from Allen.
There’s something about that kind of light punishment that won’t work for everyone.
Grayson Allen suspends Grayson Allen after Alex Caruso injury
Allen really has a solid hit on his paycheck. For some, it may not be enough to make up for what happened to Caruso, but Wojnarowski tweeted that Allen would lose about $28,000 because of the suspension.
That’s not an insignificant amount.
For those who haven’t seen the play where Caruso gets fouled by Allen and then breaks his wrist, it’s not pretty. There’s absolutely no reason for Allen to cling to Caruso the way he does here.
Still, Allen did it anyway.
Of course, given the history of Allen and reputation as a dirty player, very few people would actually offer him anything resembling the benefit of the doubt here. Very few people will be truly delighted to see him back on the field as soon as he does.
https://fansided.com/2022/01/23/grayson-allen-suspended-foul-injured-alex-caruso/ The NBA takes action to punish Grayson Allen for a foul that injured Alex Caruso