After getting drafted in the first round by the Utah Jazz in June, it didn’t take long for Duke product Grayson Allen to piss off opponents in the NBA Summer League.
Allen got into it with No. 5 overall pick Trae Young during Thursday’s Jazz-Hawks game. And on Saturday, the Portland Trail Blazers’ Wade Baldwin was ejected for a “hostile act”… which involved hitting Allen in the face.
Wade Baldwin ejected for a 'hostile act' after hitting Grayson Allen in the face pic.twitter.com/QmkmBlRr03
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Allen had 16 points in the game, but again struggled with his efficiency, making just 6-of-17 shots from the field and 2-of-9 from behind the arc.
Baldwin — who’s played two years in the NBA — had 20 points before the ejection.