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  • @Crimsonorblue22

    Never seen anything like it. Most players would be trying to protect themselves…he is trying to hit the coach that is trying to help him. WOW.

  • What the heck is wrong with him? Why is he so angry?

    Easy to hate on. Glad he’s at Duke.

  • @dylans

    The term sociopath comes to mind…

  • Is there a pt when someone can press charges against him? Or to crazy?

  • @Crimsonorblue22 To answer your question yes: Assault charges might be a possibility in a continued pattern of intentional physical harm to an individual. Kids due a major ass whoopin-even maybe by some of his own team mates.

  • @Crimsonorblue22

    Until Coach K gets his new prosthetic backbone, Duke will do zilch and the conference will say it is “inconclusive” so it is time for the NCAA to act…unless they are still busy with the Diallo transcript.😄

  • @JayHawkFanToo When Louisville plays Dook, it will be called : Strippers vs. Trippers…

  • Heard the coach that got the lil xtra shove said it was no big deal👊 Off the hook, another enabler!

  • @Crimsonorblue22

    He posted a long explanation absolving Allen, but it feels disingenuous…

  • @Crimsonorblue22 yeah he said it was a basketball hustle play that Grayson was just trying to get back into the action

  • @Crimsonorblue22 yeah total BS that was a pretty clear intentional shove. not sure who at Duke paid that guy off to say that but not a basketball play.

  • The video has been removed. Never happened, right?!?

    I hate Duke

  • @dylans

    Once it is posted on the Internet it never goes away…ever. Probably saved in millions of computers all over.

  • Some people say that if Grayson Allen was at a different program, this would be a non-story.

    I actually believe the opposite.

    If Grayson Allen were at a different program, particularly if it wasn’t a major conference program, he would have been suspended after the very first tripping incident, and had the behavior we have seen since continued, he would likely have been hit with multiple suspensions by now, and may already have been forced out of one program.

    Either the school or the conference would have suspended him initially, and he would have almost certainly gotten a multiple game suspension after his second or third incident. For a lot of programs, that would have been enough to part ways, even with a player with his talent.

    Basically, if Allen was pulling these antics at a mid major or even a major conference team at the bottom of its conference (say he was at Clemson instead of Duke) he would probably already have transferred and would have a much more negative reputation following him. He’d be at mid major X right now, redshirting and trying to save his career.

  • @justanotherfan Is there anyone saying that who isn’t sitting in a corner on a stool while wearing a big pointed black hat with a large blue D on it?

  • @mayjay

    Mostly Duke fans, but I have heard others say that as well. Basically saying if he was at a smaller school it wouldn’t be a story because the incidents wouldn’t have been on TV and few people would have seen the video, but because it’s Duke, it was on TV and everybody either saw it in real time, or on the highlights.

    I don’t buy that, but I have heard the argument made by non-Dukies.

  • @justanotherfan

    Unless it was happening at friggin Washburn it would be a big deal. Any P5 school is on tv enough.

  • @justanotherfan

    No doubt that a small school it certainly might not get as much attention but the consequences would have likely been much direr and at a much earlier time.

    Case in point, NBA players get plowed over and "T"s assessed all the time. Last night LeBron got smashed by Green and since they are both big time names playing for top teams, it was all over the news.

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