When it comes to Duke basketball, you either love or hate the Blue Devils. Grayson Allen gave some more ammo to those who can’t stand Duke on Monday night.
The Blue Devils got back on the winning track as they toppled No. 13 Louisville at Cameron Indoor Stadium in a big ACC matchup. That part obviously was good for Duke. What wasn’t so great, though, was what Allen did to Louisville’s Ray Spalding.
As Spalding ran up the court after a Duke possession, he attempted to run around a fallen Allen. Spalding started to dribble away from the baseline when Allen stuck out his leg and tripped Spalding, an act that sure looked intentional.
Allen received a flagrant foul for his actions, but Duke still found a way to win.
This isn’t the first display of questionable sportsmanship this season from someone on Duke. Head coach Mike Krzyzewski came under fire a bit earlier in the season for blowing off most of the handshake line after his team lost to Syracuse.