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Duke guard Grayson Allen received a flagrant 1 foul for tripping Louisville forward Raymond Spalding during the Blue Devils and Cardinals’ ACC game at Cameron Indoor

By Chris Johnson
February 08, 2016

Duke guard Grayson Allen appeared to intentionally trip a Louisville player during the second half of Monday night’s game at Cameron Indoor Stadium.

Cardinals forward Ray Spalding grabbed a rebound and began dribbling up the floor when Allen, who was lying on the court after a missed layup, swung his right leg in Spalding’s path.

Spalding fell to the court, and Allen was assessed a flagrant 1.

Last month an Oregon State player, Jarmal Reid, was ejected and suspended four games after he tripped a referee during Beavers’ loss to Utah.

The sophomore Allen entered Monday leading Duke with 20.9 points per game this season. Earlier this month Allen was named a finalist for the Jerry West Award given to the nation’s top shooting guard.

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