David Collins Jr. Was Just Ejected for One of the Hardest, Dirtiest Fouls You'll Ever See

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David Collins Jr. Was Just Ejected for One of the Hardest, Dirtiest Fouls You’ll Ever See

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Obviously, we’re no strangers to the dangers of hard fouls on fastbreaks around these parts, but the hit David Collins just put on Wendell Moore Jr. makes the Grayson Allen hit – the one that broke Alex Caruso’s wrist – look like a love tap (and make no mistake, that play was extremely reckless).

I mean, what was he even trying to do here!?

That was truly one of the dirtiest, most reckless plays I’ve ever seen, college basketball or otherwise. There was no point, there was no potentially positive outcome, there was nothing but an intent to harm. Collins received a Flagrant 2 and was ejected from the game, but he will also undoubtedly be suspended. And frankly, he’ll be lucky if that’s all that happens. Fortunately for everyone (including Collins), Wendell Moore Jr. appears to be alright.

And Collins is at least taking responisbility.

Not that we can say the same for the Bucks and Alex Caruso …


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Author: Michael Cerami

Michael Cerami covers the Chicago Cubs, Bears, and Bulls at Bleacher Nation. You can find him on Twitter @Michael_Cerami