Allen is still polarizing.
Duke senior guard Grayson Allen paced Duke with 14 points in the first half tonight against Michigan State, helping the Blue Devils take a 38-34 lead into halftime.
Six of Allen’s points came at the free throw line after he was fouled shooting behind the arc. On the second attempt, it definitely looked like Cassius Winston made some contact with Allen’s shooting arm, but that the controversial senior sold the call as well.
You be the judge below.
— Larry Wilder (@WildcatsOne) November 15, 2017
Well, many Twitter users thought it was a flop. and they let the world know. If you search Allen’s name on Twitter, you can find all of the responses, but here are some examples.
— Richard Hofmeister (@PaPeR_WaSp) November 15, 2017
Sure, there was a little contact. But Grayson Allen acted like he was hit by a truck. He's NBA-level flop-ready in college. https://t.co/mZxq9x0IQk
— Chris Yates (@CPY87) November 15, 2017
Grayson Allen's flop game is in midseason form.
— Daniel Shirley (@DM_Shirley) November 15, 2017
Grayson Allen flop counter: pic.twitter.com/9vX174Q362
— Heel Athletics (@HeelAthletics) November 15, 2017
The Grayson Allen flop continues💩💩
— Kyle Maki (@ukwildcat1998) November 15, 2017
Grayson Allen with a magnificent flop. Well done.
— Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) November 15, 2017
38-34 Duke at the half. Grayson Allen has 14. 6 from free throws getting fouled (Flop) on a three-point shot.
— Hondo Carpenter (@HondoCarpenter) November 15, 2017
Two things are certain right now: Allen is going to be one of the best players in college basketball this season, and he is still going to