Grayson Allen continues hot streak despite heavy boos from Bulls fans
The Chicago Bulls arch nemesis Grayson Allen shot the team down in Game 3 of their first round series against the Milwaukee Bucks.
That streak has continued into Game 4, as Allen leads the Bucks in scoring at halftime— despite heavy antagonizing from the Chicago crowd.
The Bulls trail the Bucks by 15 at the half and Allen has 16 points to lead all scorers in the game, connecting on four of five three point attempts.
The Chicago crowd have let Allen have it all game long, booing him whenever he touched the ball to start the game.
Allen’s play broke the game open for the Bucks, who were in a close contest with the Bulls before his hot streak.
To add insult to injury, the Bucks bench seemingly mocked the Bulls crowd. When Allen would hit a three,
Milwaukee would boo him along with the crowd. Allen was seen laughing after the fact.
The Chicago fan base’s beef with Allen stems from the January incident which saw Allen grab Alex Caruso out of the air.