The Milwaukee Bucks and the Chicago Bulls recently matched up on Friday. During the game, there was a play between Alex Caruso and Grayson Allen that saw Caruso hurt his wrist, which will require surgery.

Adrian Wojnarowski, of ESPN, has announced at the NBA is suspending Grayson Allen for one game over the flagrant-2 on Alex Caruso.

It is questionable if Allen did have any intention of trying to hurt him but it was a hard foul it could certainly be looked at as intentional. Unfortunately for Grayson Allen, he doesn't have the greatest track record and that's certainly played a major factor in determining if this is something that he did on purpose.

The Bucks will have to play without him in their next game, but they are fortunate that it is only for one game, while the Bulls' head coach, Billy Donovan, made clear that he wanted a lengthy suspension following the contest. The Bucks are scheduled to play the Cleveland Cavaliers on Wednesday, but Allen will be unable to play. He'll play against the New York Knicks on Friday, attempting to put the incident behind him and return to playing high-level basketball as he did before his suspension.

Alex Caruso will be out for 6 to 8 weeks, which is the worst-case scenario for Chicago. Caruso is one of those players that holds this Chicago squad together by making things happen on both sides of the ball.