"It Could Have Ended His Career!": Caruso, Bulls Beefing With Bucks Over Flagrant Take-Down

When Grayson Allen nearly ended Alex Caruso's career with a flagrant chop and take-down mid-air, it sent the Milwaukee Bucks and Chicago Bulls into BEEF mode. 

After the game, Caruso, who is now out for 6 to 8 weeks with a fractured wrist, said this about the dirty play:

"He just grabbed me out of the air.. Kind of bullsh*t," said Caruso. 

"It was really bad. Really, really bad," said Bulls coach Billy Donovan. "It could have ended his career. And he (Allen) has a history of this... It's really really dangerous to go after somebody like that."

Here's a look at the play, which was ruled a flagrant-2.

To make matters worse, the Bucks' official twitter account sent out a tweet the next morning simply showing Grayson Allen, saying "Good morning." The Bulls official Twitter account immediately responded with "Seriously???". 

The Bucks' tweet has since been deleted, but the damage has been done, and the beef is officially ON.