It's like a controversy that Grayson Allen continued to another NBA city.
The guard Memphis Grizzlies was sent out in the fourth quarter of the Las Vegas Summer Series game on Thursday night after collecting two types of flagrant in the seven-second range.
Allen – who had been reprimanded for many of the striking events during his career – had a full controversy in Duke – proud to rip Grant Williams Celtics' Grant.
The Atlantic Coast Conference reprimanded Allen for traveling on two finalists in 2016. Duke Mike Krzyzewski's coach attended the suspension of any game and won his captain's title in the 2016-17 season after he be hitting an opponent. While he remained basically out of trouble during the 2017-18 season, Allen hip-checked the North Carolina Garrison Brooks in the ACP Competition.
This was not the first time Allen had trouble during NBA competitions. In last year's summer league match in Salt Lake City, Allen – then with Utah Jazz – tackled Trae Young at Atlanta Hawks'. Allen played, Pick No. 21 in the 2018 NBA Draft, 38 last season's game for Jazz and the Grizzlies found it in the recent trade that Mike Conley sent to Utah.
Perhaps the frustration of the poor game was going to Allen, who only scored three points in 19 minutes of Grizzlies' broken fault for the Celitcs.