The best addition to the Milwaukee Bucks roster coming into last season was Grayson Allen after being acquired from the Memphis Grizzlies for some second-round picks and Sam Merrill. They immediately signed him to a two-year extension before he had played a regular-season game with the team. He started the...
If the Milwaukee Bucks are going to win Game 7 today, they are going to Grayson Allen to play better or not play anymore at all. In 13 minutes in the first half, Allen shot 0-for-4 from the field and 1-for-2 from the free throw line, grabbing one rebound. He didn't turn the ball over and his +/- was +8, but overall, the Duke product did not have his best performance.
The Eastern Conference Semifinals was not a memorial series for a Duke basketball standout. Jayson Tatum will not forget the 2022 Eastern Conference Semifinals, but his Duke basketball teammate, Grayson Allen, would like to forget the series as fast as possible. Allen, since the opening round of the playoffs, was...
The Milwaukee Bucks are going to need their role players to step up if they're going to come back in Game 7 against the Boston Celtics on Sunday afternoon. So far, players like Grayson Allen are struggling in the biggest game of the season to date. Many have taken to...
Grayson James Allen (born October 8, 1995) is an NBA player for the Milwaukee Bucks (NBA). At Duke University, he played four years of basketball. Allen was selected by the Utah Jazz with the 21st overall choice in the 2018 NBA draught, where he spent one season until being traded to the Memphis Grizzlies in July 2019. Allen joined the Bucks in August 2021.
In a series as close as the one that the Milwaukee Bucks are in with the Boston Celtics, or in any playoff series really, there’s never one person who can take all of the blame for losses (or wins!) but there are definitely guys who can take more blame than others.
The Milwaukee Bucks needed all of their players performing at peak ability in order to close out the Boston Celtics on Friday night. Unfortunately, that didn’t happen and now the Bucks are about to face off against the Bucks again in a must-win Game 7. One of the players...
Allen provided eight points (3-7 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 1-1 FT), two rebounds, five assists and one block over 30 minutes during Wednesday's 110-107 victory over Boston. He also had three turnovers. Allen's hot shooting conveyed in the first round never carried into Milwaukee's matchup against Boston. Allen is shooting just...
Following a fantastic series in the Milwaukee Bucks‘ first round matchup versus the Chicago Bulls, Grayson Allen has had a tough time replicating that success against the Boston Celtics. Throughout the first two contests, which resulted in a 1-1 split in Boston, the shooting guard was hot and cold...
Celtics forward Grant Williams hammered former Duke guard Grayson Allen during an NBA Playoff game Saturday night. Williams caught Allen with a hard shoulder, knocking him to the court. The officials either missed the contact or ignored it and play continued. Unfortunately, Allen kind of had the last laugh though...
Allen will start at small forward in Saturday's Game 3 matchup against the Celtics, Eric Nehm of The Athletic reports. Allen will replace Bobby Portis in the starting lineup, as the Bucks are opting to go smaller to match up with the Celtics. The Duke product averaged 11.3 points, 3.4 rebounds and 1.6 assists across 27.6 minutes in 61 starts this season.
Following two games at TD Garden, the Milwaukee Bucks and Boston Celtics find themselves tied at 1-1 in the 2022 NBA Eastern Conference Semifinals. Throughout these first two matchups on the road, the Bucks have looked like two different teams. With the series shifting back to Milwaukee for the next two games, it is obvious that the Bucks will need to look like the team that took Game 1 rather than the one that was simply blown out of the building in Game 2. To do so, the Bucks will need two particular players to step up in Jrue Holiday and Grayson Allen, who are the team’s biggest X-factors in this second round series.
Jaylen Brown is a man on a mission to start Game 2. After drawing criticism for his performance in the first game of the series, the All-Star swingman scored 14 points in the first 10 minutes Tuesday night. Two of which came on this little crossover that dropped Bucks guard...
Jaylen Brown was a man on a mission in the first quarter of Game 2 between the Boston Celtics and Milwaukee Bucks. After tallying only 12 points in all of Game 1, Brown finished the first frame on Tuesday night with 17. He put an exclamation point on the stellar quarter with a move you'll see in plenty of highlight reels over the next few days.
As NBA fans, we have been treated to a pretty solid start to the second round of the playoffs, and now we return to the two matchups that delivered the best Game 1 action. The Golden State Warriors and Steph Curry are looking to steal another road game against Ja Morant and the Memphis Grizzlies on Tuesday, while Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks look to do the same against Jayson Tatum and the Boston Celtics.
Jaylen Brown crossover on Grayson Allen highlights career-best postseason half for Celtics guard in Game 2
BOSTON — Jaylen Brown put together the best half of postseason career on Tuesday night and made sure Grayson Allen would be part of the highlight package in the process. Brown finished with a new postseason career high for a half with 25 points before intermission, going 9-of-10 from the field and a perfect 5-of-5 from 3-point range to help Boston build a 25-point halftime lead over Milwaukee. The output more than doubled Brown’s Game 1 production in which he scored just 12 points on 4-of-13 shooting from the field.