Grayson Allen’s brutal foul makes us wonder what’s going on with the Bucks

January 25, 2022

Bucks guard Grayson Allen was ejected during a game this past Friday after committing a hard foul on Bulls guard Alex Caruso during the third quarter of Milwaukee’s 94–90 victory. The foul resulted in a fractured wrist for Caruso and a one-game suspension for Allen.

Was the suspension fair? Why did Allen add fuel to the fire by his reaction after committing the foul? Our NBA gurus Michael Pina and Rohan Nadkarni break down the incident in this week’s Open Floor podcast.

Michael: OK, so after the dust has settled and all the ballots are counted … how many All-Star votes do you think Grayson Allen will receive from his fellow players?

Rohan: Who’s running the Bucks social media account? [Laughs]

Michael: Potentially someone different now than three days ago.

Rohan: I generally don’t get involved [with team social accounts] anyway, but there are definitely things that are in poor taste or whatever, and generally it doesn’t matter. You can just ignore a tweet and your life will go on. But the Bucks, for some reason, seem intent on just making people angry. They went after the Raptors weirdly a week or two ago and Shang-Chi was in their mentions. I don’t know what’s going on there, but team accounts—take a breath, just tweet out the score!