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Milwaukee Bucks Getting Crushed For Latest Social Media Post

Grayson Allen on the court.

MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN - JANUARY 21: Grayson Allen #7 of the Milwaukee Bucks looks to the scoreboard before being ejected for a hard foul against Alex Caruso #6 of the Chicago Bulls during the second half of a game at Fiserv Forum on January 21, 2022 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. (Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images)

Grayson Allen is probably the most hated player in the NBA right now. And the Milwaukee Bucks appear to be welcoming the slander.

Allen committed a dangerous foul on Chicago Bulls' fan-favorite Alex Caruso Friday night. The former Duke star received a flagrant 2 and was ejected as a result.

"Really, really bad," said Bulls head coach Billy Donovan after Chicago's 94-90 loss, via the New York Post. "… For Alex to be in the air like that, for him to take him down like that, he could have ended his career. And [Allen] has a history of this. That, to me, was really dangerous."

The Bucks don't appear to be sorry about it. They posted a Grayson Allen video on Saturday morning.

As expected, the Bucks are getting crushed for posting anything related to Grayson Allen. The Bulls' social media account called Milwaukee out for the disrespect.

Even Bulls Talk of NBC chimed in on the matter.

There's a reason the Bulls and their fans are so upset. Grayson Allen could have seriously injured Alex Caruso. And it's worth mentioning Allen has a history of egregious fouls.

It's going to be interesting to see whether or not the NBA punishes Allen for his foul. A fine, at the very least, would make sense.

The Bucks, meanwhile, should probably be a bit more careful with what they post on social media from now on.