Grayson Goes 4 40 in Finale
I’ve continuously preached about how Grayson Allen’s game is comparable to James Harden’s. I promise, ask 4MP HyAli, we called him “Baby Harden” when he was at Duke. Now welcome to Grayson Harden Baptist Church, grab your bibles and let us in the ministry talk our shit. If you break down Allen’s game, you can see the similarities. Neither are the quickest, using hypnosis to lull defenders to sleep with their handle before making their move. Neither are the most explosive, even though they can both stroll down main street and rock the rim at a moments notice. And both are knockdown shooters who can get buckets on all three levels and possess the innate ability to use their scoring prowess to create for others. With a 40-point, 7-rebound, 4-assist effort against the Clippers on April 10, 2019, “Ted Cruz in a Jazz jersey” joined Earl Monroe, Steph Curry, Kevin Durant, and Bob McAdoo as the only rookies to feed opponents a 40-piece to close out their rookie seasons.