Milwaukee Bucks Grayson Allen suspended one game for ‘excessive’ foul on Chicago Bulls’ Alex Caruso

The NBA announced the suspension of Milwaukee Bucks guard Grayson Allen for one game without pay for a hard foul on Chicago Bulls’ guard Alex Caruso in the third quarter of the Bucks game against the Bulls on Friday.  NBA president of league operations Byron Spruell said in a news release that Allen’s contact was “unnecessary and excessive.” The suspension will cost Allen a $27,963 game check.

The foul occurred with 5:45 remaining in the third quarter. Allen was assessed with a Flagrant Foul 2 and ejected. Caruso sustained a broken right wrist as a result of the play. Allen scored five points and totaled three assists in 20:23 minutes. Caruso totaled seven points, eight rebounds and four assists in 23:34.

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