Did Grayson Allen try to trip another player?
The ACC has released a short statement to ESPN regarding Grayson Allen’s latest possible trip attempt during Duke’s win against Boston College on Saturday.
Allen stuck his leg out while fighting through a screen, causing many to think he was at his tripping ways again.
The ACC, though, says nothing is “conclusive.”
Following No. 8 Duke’s 93-82 win over Boston College on Saturday, the ACC released a statement saying, “there is nothing conclusive that can be determined” as to whether Allen intentionally made contact with an Eagles player using his leg or foot.”
The play in question occurred in the first half, when Allen extended his left leg while trying to fight through a screen set by Boston College’s Connar Tava.
No call was made during the game, so no further action is expected from the ACC.
Here’s the play in question:
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— Tyler Donlan (@TSD163) January 7, 2017
Allen already served a suspension this season for tripping a player in a game against Elon. His “indefinite” suspension lasted one game before returning earlier this week against Georgia Tech.