Wade Baldwin Ejected After "Hostile Act" Towards Grayson Allen

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He got close to defend the former Oklahoma Sooners star, before Young deployed a ball fake. Where young players get to hone their skills, with recent draft picks having their first opportunity to put their abilities on display in a professional setting. Utah Jazz guard Grayson Allen, who was suspended during his junior season at Duke for repeatedly tripping opponents, got into his first National Basketball Association altercation during a game against the Atlanta Hawks at the Utah Jazz Summer League on Thursday. The two guards remained engaged as Young tried to wrestle free, and the pair scuffled as Young's right arm lowered onto Allen's back.

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And if you're Grayson Allen and Trae Young, it's ideal for getting into a little dustup. Young gave Allen a shove. Baldwin was assessed a Flagrant 2 foul and subsequently ejected from the game. Allen retaliated by thrusting his head into Young's chest. Allen was also given a personal foul. Spellman finished the three games with per-game averages of 10 points, 7.7. rebounds, 1.7 assists, 1.7 steals and 1.3 blocks. Through three games, he's shot 12-52 from the field - he's shot an astoundingly bad 3-24 from three-point land.

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