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Allen, Young scuffle briefly during NBA Summer League matchup

10 July, 2018, 07:55 | Author: Sylvester Abbott
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Utah Jazz rookie Grayson Allen and Atlanta Hawks rookie Trae Young got into a tiny scuffle during a summer league matchup on Thursday night. Through three games, he's shot 12-52 from the field - he's shot an astoundingly bad 3-24 from three-point land. Two of Trent Jr.'s eight points came at the free throw line in his lone attempts there. As a team, Utah managed to withstand a salvo of Knox (19 points), Frank Ntilikina (17 points) and Allonzo Trier (15 points) to get the squad's first win in the Las Vegas Summer League.

"That's not the first time Grayson has gotten tangled up with someone", Young said after the game, per ESPN's Kevin Arnovitz, "but it's not the first time and last time I'm going to get tangled up with someone".

Young was the No. 5 overall selection in the 2018 NBA Draft, the top pick of the Dallas Mavericks, . Still, the Utah Jazz looked past all that and took Allen with the 21st pick of last month's National Basketball Association draft, and he's now getting his professional feet wet in the NBA's summer league for rookies, younger players and other hopefuls. Baldwin played in just seven games with the Blazers last season while also spending time in the G-League.

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