Milwaukee Bucks guard Grayson Allen might’ve gotten 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 hard foul on Bulls guard Alex Caruso, the former Duke star was at it again. The first time around, Allen’s foul on Caruso led to serious injury.
The Bucks only added to the feud by posting a photo of Allen on their official Twitter account the next morning. Caruso was declared out long-term just a few hours later. Billy Donovan was furious in his press conferences to follow.
Allen was rightly booed in his first game since in Chicago. But he may have gotten away with a trip in the process.
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 with this sort of thing. In most cases, I’d be willing to give the benefit of the doubt. But this is Grayson Allen — he’s been tripping opposing players for a living since his Duke days and probably earlier.
Will it lead to a suspension of any sort, or fine? Of course no. It’s impossible to prove intent, and that’s what makes Allen such a sleuth.
Every now and then, though, he goes a little too far, as was the case in the incident with Caruso.