Chuck Swirsky @ctsbulls There you go—-unbelievable. Alex Caruso gone 6-8 weeks. The NBA needs to suspend Grayson Allen…how about 6-8 weeks as well. Just my opinion. Only my opinion. Caruso just returned from a foot injury and H&S/ He is a HUGE piece of the Bulls core group. This is a MAJOR loss. – 3:45 PM
Joe Cowley @JCowleyHoops The Bulls have confirmed that Caruso will have surgery on the right wrist next week, and will be re-evaluated in 6-8 weeks. Grayson Allen has removed the heart of the Bulls, and did it with a smirk. – 3:45 PM
Chicago Bulls guard Alex Caruso sustained a fracture of his right wrist in last night’s game versus the Milwaukee Bucks. Caruso will undergo surgery early next week and be re-evaluated in 6-8 weeks. – 3:43 PM
Keith Smith @KeithSmithNBA Grayson Allen needs to be suspended for at least one game. At least. I watched that play at least 20 times. Allen’s initial contest was fine. His left hand was on the ball. It was a foul, but that’s all. Then when he swung his right arm at Caruso is when it went WAY too far. – 3:42 PM
Joe Cowley @JCowleyHoops Caruso reportedly has a fractured right wrist from the Allen play and now needs surgery. X-rays were initially negative last night, according to Caruso. – 3:42 PM
Eric Nehm @eric_nehm Bucks injury report for tonight’s game against the Kings: DOUBTFUL: Giannis Antetokounmpo (right knee soreness) PROBABLE: Grayson Allen (left hip soreness) OUT: Brook Lopez (back surgery), Lindell Wigginton (health and safety protocols) – 1:47 PM
Gery Woelfel @GeryWoelfel What a b.s. response from Budenholzer on Allen’s cheap shot to Caruso. “Close call.” Seriously. Said Budenholzer: “It’s a hard play. “I think Grayson, nothing malicious, went to block the shot. I think it’s a close call.” – 1:43 PM
Rob Schaefer @rob_schaef The boos Grayson Allen receives when Bucks are in Chicago on March 4 might crumble the roof of the United Center – 1:23 PM
Tas Melas @TasMelas Grayson Allen pretended to make a play on the ball not once but twice. Can’t believe a Bulls player didn’t get in his face with Caruso on the floor. – 4:33 AM
Chuck Swirsky @ctsbulls The NBA needs to take a much longer look at that Allen- Caruso play and in my opinion do more than just be content to settle for a flagrant two ejection. Am I irate ? Yes. Very. I’m not in a good mood. – 11:58 PM
Joe Cowley @JCowleyHoops Asked on Allen’s history of cheap plays? Caruso said, “To be honest, I don’t watch much Duke basketball.” His wrist is sore, but X-rays were negative. Allen did not come and check on him. – 11:39 PM
KC Johnson @KCJHoop Here is Billy Donovan’s full answer when asked about Grayson Allen’s flagrant-2 foul on Alex Caruso and ejection. It should be noted this is very uncharacteristic of Donovan to single out a player like this. pic.twitter.com/70UZFSMi85 – 11:16 PM
Joe Cowley @JCowleyHoops Donovan going hard on Allen … very out of character for Billy, but he’s dead on. Said Allen has a history of this and could have ended Caruso’s career. – 11:01 PM
KC Johnson @KCJHoop Donovan on Grayson Allen foul: “It was really bad. Really, really bad.” Said it could’ve ended Caruso’s career. And Allen has a history of it. Said he hopes league takes a look at it. – 10:57 PM
Rob Schaefer @rob_schaef Final: Bucks 94, Bulls 90 DeRozan: 35 pts, 17/18 FT Vucevic: 19 pts, 11 reb Caruso: 7 pts, 8 reb, 4 ast Coby (3/15) and Ayo (2/9) combine to shoot 5/24 Both teams under 20% from 3P Heck of an effort by shorthanded Bulls against defending champs, but they fall to 28-16 – 10:47 PM
Eric Nehm @eric_nehm Caruso is so good defensively. Think he’s seen each member of the Bucks’ big 3 and managed to get at least one stop in isolation against all three. – 10:38 PM
Darnell Mayberry @DarnellMayberry The Bulls are getting great looks down the stretch but coming up short. So far, the offense isn’t the problem. DeRozan, Vooch, Caruso, White are all missing shots they can make. Bulls only trail by four with 4:20 left in Milwaukee. – 10:28 PM
Micah Adams @MicahAdams13 The Lakers grossly miscalculating on Alex Caruso – who wanted to re-sign there – is one of the worst unnecessary front office blunders in recent history. Especially given he was awesome next to LeBron. It’s truly baffling. – 10:17 PM
Eric Nehm @eric_nehm That’s a hard fall for Alex Caruso. he was sprinting down the floor and Grayson Allen grabbing his arm to prevent the layup. It spun Caruso around and he hit the floor hard. After staying down for a minute, he is walking towards the Bulls bench. – 9:45 PM
Jim Owczarski @JimOwczarski Alex Caruso got a bigger cheer than Donte DiVincenzo when they checked in. I’ll be honest – I haven’t heard this partisan of a crowd at Fiserv Forum in…a long time. – 8:30 PM
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