Kellerman says Allen has an impulse control problem
Max Kellerman puts the onus more on Grayson Allen for his "impulse control problem" than coach Mike Krzyzewski for only suspending Allen for one game. Kellerman goes on to say that the punishment was appropriate since Allen's captaincy was stripped.
Public humiliation, stripping of captaincy enough to punish Allen
Mark Schlereth justifies Grayson Allen's one-game suspension based on the self-inflicted public humiliation he's gone through since his third tripping incident, as well as his captaincy having been stripped from him.
Has Grayson Allen become the villain of college basketball?
Jay Williams joins Mike & Mike to explain why Duke basketball players are criticized by the "choir boy" or "goodie good" stereotype and to elaborate on why guard Grayson Allen pushes the boundaries on the court.