Grayson Allen of the Milwaukee Bucks has become one of the most hated players in Chicago after he injured Alex Caruso on a flagrant foul earlier this season. He is consistently boo’d when he plays against the Bulls and Chicago players don’t seem to be all that fond of him either. That was apparent when Nikola Vucevic fouled Allen hard on Tuesday night in Milwaukee’s victory over the Bulls.

Allen, who received a flagrant 2 for his early-season foul on Caruso, hit the deck hard after Vucevic fouled him. The Bulls center was called for a technical after review. However, Vucevic did not believe his foul was worthy of being upgraded to a technical.

“My intention wasn’t to foul him or injure him.”

He also said that he spoke to Allen after the play, and then requested that he gets his money back for the foul.

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“I hope I get my money back for that tech.”

On the season, Grayson Allen is averaging just over 11 points per game on 44.8 percent field goal shooting and 40.9 percent three-point shooting. He is undeniably a quality scoring option for the Bucks.

Nikola Vucevic is one of the most underrated centers in the game. He tends to get lost in the fold with players such as Joel Embiid and Nikola Jokic running the league. However, Vucevic is averaging over 17 points and 11 rebounds per contest.

There is no question that there is bad blood between Allen and the Bulls. A rivalry is clearly brewing and could lead to a potential intense playoff series if these two teams meet in the postseason.