After Duke was eliminated by South Carolina in the second round of the NCAA tournament last night, Grayson Allen glumly walked down the handshake line kicking every opposing player in the shins.
“Good game, good game, good game,” Allen muttered sadly, striking out with his feet and sending South Carolina players crumpling to the ground in agony.
The refs were unsure about whether they should get involved since the game was already over, but Allen made the decision easy for them by sending them away with a flurry of kicks and head butts. He then moved on to kicking everyone sitting behind the scorers table.
“Technically, Grayson made contact with everybody in the handshake line, so that’s sportsmanship,” said Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski. “I’m going to call it a wash—uh oh, he’s coming this way, let’s get out of here.”
“What? What? I’m not doing anything!” Allen cried as everyone remaining in the arena fled for cover.
When all was said and done, Allen remained behind in the empty arena, hours after everyone else had gone home, trying to kick himself for not playing better.