But Allen, the first round draft pick of the Utah Jazz, is now 2-for-2 with getting into skirmishes in his first two summer league games. He got close to defend the former Oklahoma Sooners star, before Young deployed a ball fake. On the way back up, hands aloft as if he were trying to end the play, Allen appeared to give Young a slight shoulder check. It seemed that Allen, intentionally or not, got his arms entangled with Young, who was attempting a shot. Allen retaliated by thrusting his head into Young's chest. Allen then put his hands up in the air, making his case and pleading innocence to the nearby referee.More news: Japan: Heavy Rains and Landslides Leave Scores Dead and Missing
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The rookie guards each earned a technical foul for roughhousing in the second half of Hawks vs. Allen was also given a personal foul.
Knox came out on a tear against the Atlanta Hawks in Las Vegas, scoring seven points in the first six minutes before tallying 22 points and eight rebounds while racking up some highlight-reel dunks. Allen's reputation, first established at Duke, makes it hard to believe he was completely innocent in inciting this act.