Chicago Bulls center Nikola Vucevic was handed a dead-ball technical foul for a hard hit on Bucks guard Grayson Allen as he drove to the basket.
Coming down with both arms, the four-time NBA All-Star sent Allen crashing to the floor.
The foul would've certainly been upgraded to at least a Flagrant 1, but an offensive foul call on Milwaukee center Brook Lopez just before the hit made it a dead-ball violation.
Take a look at the play here:
Given Allen's history with the Bulls this season, Chicago fans are no doubt pleased to see their big man deliver some justice.
Earlier this year, the notoriously aggressive guard threw an airborne Alex Caruso to the court as he went up for a fast-break layup. That play, which resulted in an ejection and one-game suspension for Allen, held Caruso out with a broken wrist for a significant portion of the Bulls' season.
That's about all Bulls fans can be happy about from Vucevic tonight though. Through 26 minutes of play, the former Magic star shot just 3/19 from the field for seven points, six rebounds and three assists. He was benched for backup center Tristan Thompson with just under nine minutes remaining in the game.
The No. 4-seed Bucks took down Chicago 127-106 -- sending the Bulls (45-33) down one rung into the No. 6 spot in the Eastern Conference.