Grayson Allen, Trae Young tussled during NBA Summer League game

Posted July 10, 2018

User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. Through three games, he's shot 12-52 from the field - he's shot an astoundingly bad 3-24 from three-point land. Allen's Jazz and Young's Hawks faced off in Summer League on Thursday, and early in the third quarter the two met up at the top of the key for a battle of which player will be a bigger bust in the National Basketball Association.

For those who are math-challenged, I'll do it for you.

The two did not face each other in college last season, as Oklahoma was eliminated in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.

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"I took my step at the free-throw line, just wanted to take off", he said afterward.

But Allen, the first round draft pick of the Utah Jazz, is now 2-for-2 with getting into skirmishes in his first two summer league games.

And if you're Grayson Allen and Trae Young, it's flawless for getting into a little dustup.

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Of course, winning games at this juncture is not the focus, as Summer League is a place to reflect, grow and learn the professional game at its lowest level.

Atlanta lost all three of its games in Salt Lake City, to Memphis, San Antonio and Utah, by 15, 22 and 5 points, respectively. The play occurred when Trae caught a pass at the top of the arch only to be met by Grayson's stiff defence.

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